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Red Hill Ridge - a nature-lover’s haven

Start with our native garden featuring many plants indigenous to the Peninsula. Then wander the property to discover: 

  • Local fauna including wallabies, echidnas, lizards and a large mob of kangaroos  

  • Extensive bird life - over 100 species have been observed by Peninsula bird watching groups

  • Native trees such as stringybark, paperbark, manna gums and peppermint box and tea trees

  • Small plants such as native clematis, coastal heath, chocolate lilies, sedges, and kangaroo grass 

  • A variety of microclimates, from paddocks, to wetlands, richly treed areas or coastal heathland 

  • The lake, fringed with pandanus reeds.

The lake is beautifully tranquil all year round and is a great picnic spot. On warm days, guests can relax on the pontoon or swim. 

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”Beautiful walks through the paddocks down to the lake, lots of cows and wildlife to spot. Simply stunning! Highly recommend a stay." 

Claire, stayed Jul 2019

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