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Official site for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Address: 1075 Waratah Rd, Waratah Bay, Victoria 3959
Phone: 03 5684 1110
Email: email@example.comWeb: promcoastholidaylodge.com.au
Prom Coast Holiday lodge offers group accommodation and cottages located near Wilson's Promontory National Park and all within five minutes to the beach at Waratah Bay, approximately two hours from Melbourne.The popular Group lodge is spacious and modern, sleeping up to 20 people. Ideal for families, groups of friends, special birthdays, social and sporting groups, bushwalkers, craft groups, business workshops, small weddings and school groups. Built from second hand bricks and the extensive use of timbers, creating a warm and homely feel. The luxury two bedroom cottages are fully self contained sleeping up to four to six people complete with spa and wood fire. Perfect for that romantic getaway or a family holiday. Prom Coast Holiday Lodge is located on a picturesque 10 acres with expansive grounds where children can safely run around, kick a football, play cricket or ride there bikes. For those hot summer days, the solar heated pool is the perfect place to laze around and cool off. Their farm animals are always very popular, including chooks, cows, sheep and peacock. Children are welcome to feed animals, when in season, and collect the eggs. With three acres of bush at the rear of the property, wombats, wallabies and birdlife are also regular visitors.For further information on Prom Coast Holiday Lodge please contact them or view their website.
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Off PeakRate for 20 people. Winter special stay three nights for a discounted rates. Please contact for further details.
PeakRate for up to 20 people
Shoulder 2Rate for up to 20 people. Excludes Melb Cup weekend
PeakRate for two adults. Extra adults $10 per night, kids no charge
Plus all Long weekends
Shoulder 2 Rate for two adults. Extra adults $10 per night, kids no charge.
Excludes Melb Cup Weekend
Shoulder 3Rate is for 2 adults. Extra adults $10 per night. Kids U16 no charge. Excludes Melb Cup Weekend
PeakRate for two adults. Extra adults at $10 per night, kids no charge
Plus all Long weekends
Shoulder twoRate for two adults. Extra adults $10 per night, kids no charge
Shoulder 3Rate for 2 people, extra adults $10 per night. Kids U16 no charge
Fifty per cent deposit required at time of booking. Balance is payable on arrival. Cancellations more than 30 days Cottages and 60 days Lodge prior to booking will be refunded, less 10 per cent. Deposit may be transferred to a future booking within 12 months, at no cost. Cancellations 30 days Cottages and 60 days Lodge, or less prior to booking, no refund will be issued.
From Dandenong follow the South Gippsland Highway (A440) through Korumburra and Leongatha until you reach Meeniyan. Just out of Meeniyan turn right towards Fish Creek (C444.) At Fish Creek turn right towards Waratah Bay (C445) and follow the Prom Coast Holiday Signs. Prom Coast Holiday Lodge is 12 kilometres from Fish Creek on the left hand side.
Owner/operators live on premises.
There are ramps to all buildings, hand rails in bathrooms, disabled toilet with handrails, wheelchair accessible shower with hand rails and accessible shower rose.
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