A Weekend On The Mornington Peninsula (Family Edition)
With Spring now upon us, I thought we should look at some of the fantastic activities around the Mornington Peninsula, that are fun for the whole family! With three young daughters to entertain my list has a strong family fun feel to it...
The Enchanted Adventure Garden | 55 Purves Road Arthurs Seat | more details via their website http://www.enchantedmaze.com.au
An award-winning natural fun park featuring three hedge mazes, giant tube slides, themed gardens, an outdoor sculpture park and an indoor three-dimensional maze and a whole lot more!
This beautiful outdoor adventure park has something for everyone. Make sure you check out the bookings website for additional information before you visit as it does get busy during peak times. It's a great place to spend a day enjoying the park with a picnic or lunch from the cafe.
695 Limestone Road Fingal www.boneomaze.com.au
Boneo Maze is an eco activity wetlands surrounded by 27 acres of Native flora and fauna, focusing on providing family friendly fun through art, nature and adventure.
With a pro designed 18 hole mini golf course, several mazes, and adventure zone there is something for everyone to enjoy. For something a little more relaxing you can take a stroll along the boardwalk through the wetlands. Large, shady trees provide the perfect space for a picnic now that the weather is starting to look up.
The Big Goose | 233 Mornington-Tyabb Road Moorooduc | www.thebiggoose.com.au
More than just an animal farm, The Big Goose combines old fashioned farm experiences with the fun of an adventure park. With a huge undercover playground for all ages, giant jumping pillow, pony rides and mini golf you can spend the whole day there. A tractor ride is included with your entry as are the popular Sheep Dog and Reptile Shows. There are hands on experiences with lots of different animals, everything you would imagine to be on a farm and a lot more!
Arthurs Seat Eagle | 795 Arthurs Seat Road Arthurs Seat |www.aseagle.com.au
Board a gondola and fly over the state forest to the highest point on the peninsula, where the views will take your breath away. You will be torn between looking at the spectacular vista across the bay to the city or down the bay, and spotting the wildlife, as you soar high above the trees. Either way you have a bird’s eye view.