All Outdoor in Melbourne

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    GPS Treasure Hunt Daylesford

    Category: Outdoor and Nature

    The Lake Daylesford GPS Treasure Hunt is like a high tech game of hide and seek. With our Garmin hand held GPS units, you’re, searching for a series of marker posts cleverly concealed around gorgeous Lake Daylesford and adjoining Central Springs, the home of Daylesford’s mineral water, in the Central Victorian town of Daylesford, around 90 minutes from Melbourne. As you hunt down the markers, there are activities and observations along the way, as well as information to solve the Treasure Hunt puzzle. Suitable for five year olds up, the GPS Treasure hunt takes around 90 minutes to complete, and a prize awaits those who can successfully solve the puzzle. The GPS Treasure Hunt can also be adapted for teams and larger groups. Ideal for friendship groups up for the weekend. Come and enjoy the thrill of the hunt and explore the special places around Lake Daylesford. Bookings only M: 0418301281 E: info@secretforestwalks.com

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    Melbourne Boat Hire

    Our luxurious selection of Yarra River cruises provide the ideal way to explore the interesting waterways of Melbourne. Hiring a boat is relaxing. Time on the water provides a unique perspective of popular attractions. The end of year party season is approaching fast! Our luxury boats are available for hire as a floating function venue for up to 35 people. Catering, music and service staff are available, to make your end of year work event interesting and unique. Make your Christmas office party something that will be talked about and remembered for all the right reasons! Check out our options for hiring a boat for a private Christmas cruise together with lunch or dinner on the Yarra River. Our boats can also be hired for hens night cruises during the day or evening. Private hens parties are for one group only per vessel. Select from our fleet of self-drive vessels. No boat license is needed.

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    Great Ocean Road Surf Tours

    Great Ocean Road Surf Tours  is my way of sharing my passion for surfing, the ocean and environment with others.  I set it up to provide ‘the simplest, most enjoyable way to experience and develop your surfing’ by making your experience of surfing an easy, fun and unforgettable one.  I love seeing people catch their first wave and feel that sensation of surfing.    All our tours are personally developed based on what I would have liked to have been offered when I started surfing – Specializing in full days learning to surf, lunch on the beach, more surfing and heaps of coaching and tips from experienced, professional surf coaches.   We now offer something to suit everyone – from complete beginners to experienced surfers.  Everyone can improve and reach their next level, so check out our lessons, tours and coaching options to find what you are looking for and I look forward to seeing you soon on your next surfing adventure…   See you in the surf  

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    Kinglake Forest Adventures

    Kinglake Forest Adventures is about respecting, valuing and nurturing our natural environment and experiencing the type of recreation pursuits that have developed over the years. It’s also about taking the time to appreciate the enjoyment and peace the majestic outdoors can deliver. It is owned by Colin and Michelle French, and is a local family business. It’s a new tourism operation and includes the camp and accommodation business previously known as the Kinglake Ranges Wilderness Camp, a 120-bed group accommodation and adventure activity business predominantly for school camp programs. Only 60 minutes from Melbourne CBD, Kinglake Forest Adventures is a close-by, close-to-nature eco-adventure oasis where you’ll pack more forest fun into a single day than you ever thought possible.

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    Eureka Tower Melbourne

    Category: Outdoor

    Eureka Tower is a 297.3-metre skyscraper located in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Construction began in August 2002 and the exterior completed on 1 June 2006