DISCOVER RED HILL RIDGE
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.
”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