Attractions near your chalet
Fun things to do on our property
If you’re keen for family adventures close to home, we’ve got you covered.
- Ride our mountain bike track
- Fish, kayak or birdwatch on the Capel River
- Take a high-adrenalin buggy ride
- Barbecue some brilliant local bangers and open a bottle of beautiful south west wine
Visit us in autumn and meet our new calves and lambs.
Little kids can enjoy our purpose-built adventure playground anytime.
Make us your base for exploring the region. There are loads of things to do. Here are just ten of them.
1.5 km walk or 4.5 km drive (5 minutes) away
Swim, stretch out in the sun, fish. Beautiful Peppermint Grove Beach is a safe, calm playground for kids with an actual playground nearby.
11.4 km (10 minutes) away
Fewer amenities and fewer people. Great for swimming, fishing, and crabbing. 4WD boat ramp.
Rope courses and trampolining
8kms (10 minutes) from your chalet
Enjoy two hours of adrenaline-filled fun on high rope courses and flying foxes spanning eight acres of natural bushland.
16 km (15 minutes) from your chalet
Jump on it! Seven jump zones including dodge ball court, airbag, battle beam, hoops, and a high-performance wall. Café, free WiFi, parents’ retreat.
Award-winning winery, 2.5kms (3 minutes) away
Capel Vale pioneered the planting of cool climate vineyards in the south west region.
The initial winery was built on the Stirling Estate in Capel in 1979.
Delicious wine, delectable food.
Boutique winery, 18kms (20 minutes) away
Kellivale Estate’s motto is ‘distinctly different.’ Taste their luscious wines made from varieties more commonly found in Spain or Italy.
Owned and run by the McDermott family, Kellivale Estate has been making excellent wine for nearly twenty years.
Shop, eat, sightsee
8kms (6 minutes) away
23kms (20 minutes) away
Visit our closest and biggest city and enjoy some of these 20 things to do there.
28kms (25 mins) away
Head south and sample some of these holiday attractions.
The Ferguson Valley
11.4 km (10 minutes away)
Wineries and galleries galore, and then there’s Gnomesville.