The park is set in a quiet spot, back from the noise and bustle of the highway amongst the beautiful treed sand dunes of Blairgowrie, just a short walk from the safe bathing beaches of Port Phillip Bay or a short drive to the exhilarating surf beaches of Bass Strait including the famous Gunnamatta Beach.
Blairgowrie Caravan Park is one of the longest established parks on the Mornington Peninsula. Having opened in 1965 with 50 sites, it has been expanded and consolidated since then to 105 sites and become the holiday destination of many who like to escape the busy city life of Melbourne, less than 2 hour’s drive away.
With beautiful, well maintained and landscaped sites throughout the park you can spend the day relaxing or explore the nearby attractions of Mornington Peninsula National Park, Cape Schanck and the Light Station, or play a round of golf at one of the many top class golf courses in the area. There is also shopping or just sitting at one of the many cafés to unwind while you watch the world go by in the neighbouring suburbs of Portsea or Sorrento.
Mornington Peninsula is also home to lots of great wineries, many of which have cellar door trade or restaurants where you can easily lose track of time. When you are looking for a change of pace, a short 10 minute drive will bring you to the Sorrento ferry terminal at Policeman’s Point for a trip across the bay to Queenscliff, Port Arlington, Geelong or even the Great Ocean Road.
Although we have no accommodation in the park, most of our sites cater for Annuals (Long Term Holiday Sites), but we set aside some sites for caravaners who only have a few weeks at a time to get away. And if you are into fishing or boating, the Peninsula can offer countless spots to launch your boat and for your convenience we have provided spots for you to park it. Sailing is a big attraction in the area with a number of our holiday makers being members of the near by Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron.
With a prime location like this, to make sure you’re not disappointed, plan ahead and give us a call.
For any further information you are welcome to visit or contact Ross Hartnett on the number above or if I’m out of the office, on 0410-543-477.