Long Pants, Closed toe shoes
Water bottle, Camera or Phone
- Suitable for 10
- Beginner suitable
Beach, Bathe & Brew Package
FROM $265 pp
Our most luxurious package on offer. Combine the adventure of an intrepid ride on the beach of St Andrew’s in the Mornington Peninsula, with a relaxing dip in the natural hot springs of Peninsula Hot Springs, followed by lunch at the St Andrews Beach Brewery.
You’ll start your day right here at Gunnamatta’s Stables where you’ll meet the Gunnamatta team, and your fellow riders. Our team of experienced instructors will pick out the right horse for you.
Setting off from the stables, you’ll meander through the winding bushland trails, experiencing the local nature as very few can. With no short supply of wildlife and botany – your ride may feel more like a safari of the Mornington Peninsula!
As you approach the beach you’ll traverse the high sand dunes, and catch your first glimpse of St Andrew’s Beach, heading onto the golden sands you’ll hear the crashing waves, and may even spot a surfer or two in the distance!
Once you’ve had your fill of the golden sands, and worked up an appetite! You’ll make your way back to the stables where our guides will take your steeds and give them a much-deserved feed before they head out on another ride, or out to the fields for some rest and relaxation.
Then head on over to the beautiful The St Andrews Beach Brewery, where the stables, that were once home to some incredible racing pedigree have been converted into sitting areas. Relax in the former boxes of Melbourne & Caulfield Cup winning horses whilst enjoying freshly brewed characterful beers, something to eat and even better conversations.
As your day is winding down, what better way to finish it off than a relaxing dip in the natural mineral waters of Peninsula Hot Springs? With over twenty globally inspired bathing experiences, and a full spa, there’s no more relaxing way to end your action packed day of luxury & excitement.
St Andrews Beach Brewery takes reservations for groups of 6 or more, groups less than 6 are welcome to find a table in the beer garden or dining area.
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