In response to coronavirus some of our services have changed, and will continue to do so, based on government advice.
John Nankervis, Chief Executive Officer of Bellarine Bayside Foreshore Committee of Management (Bellarine Bayside) has announced his intention to retire.
While Mr Nankervis will not be stepping down from the role until July this year, the Committee will begin the recruitment process for a new CEO this weekend.
Bellarine Bayside has released the Draft Northern Bellarine Coastal and Marine Management Plan (the Draft CMMP) for public consultation.
The Draft CMMP has been developed in accordance with the Marine and Coastal Act 2018 following a review of the previous strategic plan and extensive consultation with community, partner agencies and stakeholders.
Christmas has come early with this unbeatable December holiday offer: book one of our self-contained cabins for a minimum two nights in December (up to and including Christmas Day) – and kids stay and play for free!*
Put your feet up as the kids will be fully entertained with loads of in-park activities including one hour free use of the buggies, plus giant games, treasure hunt, jumping pillows, barbecue areas and playgrounds.
The Point Richards boating facility is getting an upgrade thanks to the State Government’s unprecedented investment in boating in Victoria through their new branch, Better Boating Victoria (BBV). This project is part of the Government’s $47.2 million commitment to deliver urgent upgrades to six of the state’s busiest public boat ramps, remove parking and launching fees and review infrastructure management at Port Phillip and Western Port.
Bellarine Bayside are bringing glamping to the Portarlington Holiday Park for the National Celtic Festival weekend (7-10 June).
Walking distance to the festival site, fully set up on arrival and with a range of comfortable bed setups available, this is a great opportunity to immerse yourself in the winter festival and experience a unique and comfortable camping experience.