Experience some of the sights and delights of the Mornington Peninsula with this beach horse ride and brewery package. Journey along winding bush trails and onto the beautiful golden sands of St Andrew's Beach on horseback and top off the day with lunch at a trendy local brewery.
Explore the Mornington Peninsula's spectacular coastline and natural scenery during this guided horse riding tour. Your adventure begins at the Gunnamatta Stables where you’ll get the opportunity to meet the horses and get matched up to a horse that suits your riding ability. From here you'll set off along the winding scenic trails, discovering an abundance of local flora and fauna as you follow your guide deep into the bush. Upon reaching St Andrew’s Beach, you will enjoy a beautiful change of scenery as you step onto the pristine sands and observe the waves peacefully crashing into the shore. Feel the sea breeze flow freely through your hair and enjoy the tranquility and ambience of your surroundings.
After two hours in the saddle, you will satisfy your appetite with a visit to the renowned St Andrews Beach Brewery, located right across the road from the stables. At the end of your ride you will receive a $25 voucher to spend on lunch, a few house-made brews or some small bites. This incredible 37-hectare site was previously a horse training facility that housed some of Australia's most famous race horses including Subzero, Doriemus and Makybe Diva. Relax in the sun-drenched beer garden, inside by the bar or perhaps book a table in one of the stables that have since been converted into private booths.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This voucher is valid for two people.
In the event of rain or inclement weather your experience will still go ahead unless contacted by the experience provider.
Long pants, fully enclosed shoes suitable for horse riding (boots) and a jacket for rain forecasted days.
This experience takes place in Fingal, Mornington Peninsula.