Leave Melbourne and the car behind for the weekend and explore the Bellarine Peninsula by foot. The Bellarine Peninsula is a globally recognised destination, offering a world-class visitor experience.We will collect you from the ferry and transfer your luggage to our boutique accomodations while you relax and walk the coastal villages of the Bellarine.
The Bellarine Peninsula is bordered by the Bass Strait and Port Phillip, offering magnificent views of the Melbourne city skyline and the Barwon River. Offering more than 140 hectares of vines – producing some of the best cool climate wines in the country – along with an emerging aquaculture industry, this Bellarine Peninsula weekend walking holiday will have you sipping chilled Pinot Gris and eating world-class seafood in no time.
|$590.00 - $600.00|
welcome pack with maps and directions accomodation luggage transfers breakfasts ferry fees( for the Getaway) final celebration meal and wine. support team 24/7
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The Getaway Weekend starts on a friday and ends on the sunday afternoon.You will be met at the ferry and provided with info and support 24/7 as you navigate yourself around the Bellarine taking in the sights and sampling our fresh produce. If you like food,fitness and wines this Getaway is for you.
Footprint Walks provides packaged village to village self-guided walking tours. Choose from their Bellarine Peninsula five day walking holiday package or the Weekend Getaway self-guided walk to experience the wonders of Victoria’s unique coastline.
Their walking tours team has researched and walked every trail, ensuring you get the best of everything on offer.
All walking holidays packages include luggage transfers, en suite accommodation bookings, daily breakfast at local cafes, daily snacks and drinks, detailed itineraries, maps and trail notes, intimate local knowledge of the area and a premium local dining experience on your last night, including food and wine.
Book your self-guided walking tours through Footprint Walks for a truly unforgettable holiday.
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