With The Church House as your base, explore the history of South Gippsland’s Prom area; enjoy action water activities, rock climbing or a quiet walk through the largest cool temperate rainforest in Victoria, a leisure day boat trip or a scenic flight around Wilsons Prom.
It’s all here and at the end of the day’s activities an evening of relaxation waits at The Church House Perhaps a spa or a glass of wine and conversation whilst waiting for dinner to be prepared.
FISH CREEK AND SURROUNDS
Go swimming, walking, fishing or boating, explore the village, visit the galleries, vineyards and olive groves.
Settled in 1886, the quaint Fish Creek Township and surrounds is home to an artistic enclave that belies its small population. World renowned botanical artist Celia Rosser and Alison Lester the much loved children’s book Author call Fish Creek home. Vineyards, olive groves, the iconic art deco Fish Creek Hotel built in 1939, are all part of the tapestry of the area.
- Wineries and Local Olive Groves – The temperate hills and surrounding area of The Church House produce wonderful cool-climate wines and olives. A cellar door tasting trip is a weekend must for visitors with an interest in wine and oil.
- Local Beaches – We are spoilt for beaches all within 10-30min away
- Waratah bay
- Sandy Point
- Corner inlet
- Cape Liptrap Coastal Park
- Local Drive and Walk -There are many short drives with wonderful walks and vistas to see.
WILSONS PROMONTORY NATIONAL PARK
A 30 minute drive takes you to the entrance of one of Victoria’s most beautiful and globally revered destinations – Wilsons Promontory National Park with its sweeping beaches, rugged coastline and spectacular walks. There is a wide range of walks for visitors of all ages and fitness levels, easily accessible beaches, marine life, water activities, and wildlife to enjoy.
TARRA BULGA COOL TEMPERATE RAINFOREST
Tarra Bulga National Park just over an hour away but well worth the drive to see the largest and best example of original cool temperate rainforests. Along the way there or back detour to Port Albert and at the very end of Port Albert jetty treat yourself to the best, freshest fish and chips in the world .