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Point Leo Foreshore are excited to announce in partnership with Wild Melbourne that plans for our environmental signs and displays are well under way. We are working towards a series of outdoor signs and indoor displays in our new office. Plus we are working on a touch table, a wet touch tank and a large public mural. The Committee of Management would like to thank Wild Melbourne for all the incredible work they are putting into this project. For more information on Wild Melbourne and to see some of the great work they are doing, please visit their website


We currently have two great specials on offer for this coming September School holiday period, and the 2016 Easter School holiday period.


For the First time ever we opening sites 101 to 248 for the September school holidays and to celebrate we are offering a special camping deal to families who like to camp with friends. Hire one site get one site for FREE.

This is a great opportunity to enjoy Point Leo at its finest without the crowds and hopefully some sunny weather. So get  together with some friends  and email through your request, this is strictly first in best dressed and is only available to camp sites in the 101 to 248 area. One application per group. Both sites will be booked under the applicants name.  Click Here to Book


Next Easter School holidays (2016 )we are offering a great discount on family camping on sites 101 to 405. Pay for seven nights get Four nights for FREE…

That is 11 nights for $259, normally this would cost $407, saving you $148. Easter is a great time to come down to Point Leo, the Weather is generally fantastic, the grass is lush and the surf is normally pumping.

This special is only available for the period. Arriving Wednesday the 30th of March and Leaving Sunday the 10th of April and only for sites 101 to 405. Strictly first in best dressed, multiple sites available please list number of sites required in the special requirements section of the booking. Click Here to Book 




Vintage Surf Day in November showcased some classic surf memrobilia and classic VW Combies.



John and Gary from the Disabled Surfers Association and David Gibb from the Mornington Peninsula Shire officially open the disabled surfers access path at the surf beach surrounded by their members.