Holiday Lifestyle St. Leonard’s is located on the outskirts of the lovely and quiet township of St. Leonards, in the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria.
Located just across the road from the beach, jetty, boat ramp, walking trails and is a relaxing spot for your next break.
The park is made up of predominantly permanent holiday dwellings where families can enjoy up to 90 days of stays each year.
Holiday Lifestyle also has facilities for caravans and motorhomes, with seven powered sites and many more unpowered sites. Three standard cabins perfect to stop in overnight or stay a few days to take in St. Leonard's and surrounds have to offer.
Try out many award-winning wineries and restaurants, or for the nature lovers, visit nearby Swan Bay - Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve and Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park.
Why not stay in a nice comfortable two-bedroom unit sleeping up to seven guests. There are two one-bedroom basic cabins perfect for fishing groups or those on a budget. Basic yet clean and comfortable supplying all kitchen and amenities needed to ensure an enjoyable stay.
The beach-front town of St. Leonards is situated near the Bellarine Peninsula's most easterly point, between Queenscliff and Indented Head. On the doorstep to explore many of the coastal beach towns.
Two Bedroom Standard Cabin
The two bedroom standard cabins are fully self contained featuring a lounge, meals area and can sleep up to six people. Perfect for families or groups alike. The second bedroom has either two sets of bunks or a trio bed (one double, one single). All have fully equipped kitchen , reverse cycle air-conditioning, lounge and dining area with television and video / DVD player.
One Bedroom Standard Cabin
The great value for money standard cabins are fully self contained with everything you require in terms of kitchen facilities. Basic, clean and functional ideal for backpackers, families on a budget or fishing groups.
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