The project site is located at the entrance to Wilsons Promontory National Park and boasts clear views of Corner Inlet, a marine national park and Ramsar-listed wetland region.

The zoning allows for the ongoing development of 103 hectares, with 900 metres of elevated road frontage overlooking the inlet and the mountains of Wilson’s Promontory. The remaining acreage slopes down to an indigenous forest and saltwater wetlands, home to myriad birdlife and native fauna.

Just over two hours drive from Melbourne, the lodge will provide a base for a wide range of adventure and nature-based activities, from surfing, swimming, kayaking and bird-watching to fishing, bushwalking and boating. By staying so close to Victoria’s favourite national park, travellers will have the opportunity to explore the 30 walking trails that crisscross the region and discover the granite peaks, eucalypt forests, secluded coves and renowned surf beaches of The Prom.

The Facts

  1. Just over 2 hours drive from Melbourne CBD closer enough to benefit from shorter and more flexible working hours
  2. Close to Sandy Point beach town a popular summer destination
  3. 256 acre/103 hectare site
  4. 400 metres from the entrance to Wilsons Promontory National Park 
  5. Special Use Zoning (SUZ) with strata titling for tourism facilities
  6. 900 metres of elevated road frontage overlooking Corner Inlet
  7. Water catchment and storage facilities completed
  8. Approximately 40 hectares 10-25 metres above sea level
  9. 150,000 trees planted as habitat for native fauna
  10. Kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, emus and variety of birds seen on the property
  11. Limited quality food and beverage outlets within 30km of project site

Location relative to Wilsons Promontory