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What’s on at Arthurs Seat Eagle, Mornington Peninsula – Summer & School Holidays 2019/20

December 13, 2019 Visit STH Pacific & Oceania No Comments Email Email

Take a big breath of fresh air and let the kids soar this summer at Arthurs Seat Eagle on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, just a little over one hour’s drive from Melbourne.

The aerial gondola experience at The Eagle offers the best views of the region, the surrounding State Park, and across Port Phillip Bay to the city skyline.

For younger families, the platforms, gondolas, restroom facilities and parking are all pram friendly.

Soaring Santa Weekends – 14-15 & 21-22 December, 11 am to 3 pm

Start at the Arthurs Seat Eagle base station in Dromana and take a Christmas picture with a difference.

Santa has abandoned his sleigh to take to the skies in a different way – for the cameras at least.

Santa will be available at the Arthurs Seat Eagle green screen to take that memorable holiday shot with the family, which can be downloaded across multiple devices.

Wedgie’s Eagle Eye

Board one of the immaculate, Swiss-made gondolas where the family can ascend to the summit. While enjoying the stunning 15-minute experience, the kids can participate in a next-level version of ‘I Spy’ with Wedgie’s ‘Eagle Eye’ hunt. A free map with checklist is available at the Eagle kiosk to encourage children to look for kangaroos, birds and even The You Yangs, among other sights.

Enchanted Adventure Garden

The Eagle Summit Café greets passengers on arrival for refreshments, savoury snacks, sweet treats or something heartier.

Make a day of it by walking over to the Enchanted Adventure Garden (around 10 minutes on foot) where an impressive zipline will make your kids’ day. ‘Tree surfing’, tube slides and the attraction’s renowned hedge and indoor mazes are also on offer.

Seawinds Gardens

Alternatively, take the picturesque walking tracks to Seawinds Gardens to view indigenous and exotic formal gardens, plus the William Ricketts sculpture collection.

Enjoy family-friendly facilities and make the day even more relaxing with a bespoke picnic package from Arthurs Seat Eagle (book in advance), including a basket, a selection of food, drinks, and a blanket.

And more

Head back to The Eagle’s summit station, where families can rest their feet after a big day, and glide back to the base station.

Don’t miss the ‘giant seagull’ roving entertainers, who will amuse the crowds at the Dromana base station on Boxing Day (26 December).

Open seven days per week, the Eagle is all inclusive and caters to the disabled, elderly and toddlers; it is wheelchair and pram friendly, and each gondola can accommodate up to eight people.

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