A much loved public parkland, Baromi Park runs the length of Mirboo North and is home to children’s play equipment, flying fox, skate park, BBQs, public toilets and a live music sound shell.
Events held in the park include a monthly market, the Italian Festa, and Christmas in the Boo.
Coal Creek Community Park and Museum is a recreated heritage village that depicts the history of the district from 1870 to 1920. The original and replica buildings tell the story of everyday life of our early migrants. Housing a collection of industrial, agricultural and social history.
The site can host small to larger events, utilising existing buildings or the grounds of the park.
At Haunted Hills MTB you’ll find 13km of progressive trails for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders with a pump track and a kids trail. A further 12kms will be opening by end of 2023.
It’s free to enter and open year-round, from 6am – 9pm.
The Haunted Hills area is steeped in haunted tales, every element of the park reflects the area’s mysterious history, from tombstone-shaped signage and a “Mad Cow Trail”, to a pump track in the formation of a skull and crossbones.
Facilities include toilets, bike wash and bike repair station, BBQs and ample parking.
An outdoor space on the airy foreshore, where Cowe’s main shopping strip meets the north coast of Phillip Island. The precinct enjoys a vast grassy reserve and sandy beach, with the Cowes Jetty the focal point of the foreshore.
Located mid-way between Leongatha and Mirboo North, Mossvale Park is a picturesque park surrounded by English and European ornamental trees and shrubs. The park was developed by Francis Moss who developed a substantial nursery and planted vast quantities of deciduous trees.
Mossvale Park is home to many events including the Victorian Concert Orchestra who utilises the park’s sound shell. The venue has a capacity for 500 to 5,000 people.
Additional car parking options can be explored. Please contact South Gippsland Shire Council for further assistance.
The circuit is a 4.445km or 2.762 mile asphalt track with 12 turns. The home straight (named after Wayne Gardner) has a marked starting grid while the pit facilities on the east side of the straight are a permanent structure with conference/entertainment facilities upstairs. The Pit area includes a media centre, conference rooms and an exhibition pavilion serviced by a commercial kitchen. The spectator areas have canteens and licensed bars and there is extensive seating in the straight as well as expansive grass areas along the rest of the track where spectators can bring their chairs. The Grand Prix Event attracts an estimated crowd of 92,000 illustrating the vast capacity of the venue.
Recently the track was used for cycling as part of a Jayco Herald Sun Tour stage.
The open land has also been used in the past for events such as a Tough Mudder as well as an outdoor music festival held in the south-west corner of the property near Pyramid Rock where a performance area and camping ground was set up.
Other high participation events could be held at the track in the Exhibition Pavilion. This large open space is one of Victoria’s largest regional trade expo areas measuring 2000 square metres and caters for more than 1,300 people in theatre style or 760 dining guests.
Silverwater Resort offers delegates a fresh and natural approach to conferencing which include:
Light filled conference rooms,
Fresh country air,
Spectacular bay views and
Friendly service driven staff!
RACV Inverloch Resort features a purpose-built conference and events centre. Its floor-to-ceiling windows ensure it is rich in natural light. The centre caters for 320 delegates seated theatre-style and 250 in banquet-style. For smaller groups, two stylish Ocean View executive board rooms are located on the same level.
Nestled in the heart of Victoria’s spectacular South Gippsland coast, with sweeping views of Bass Strait and Anderson Inlet, is RACV Inverloch Resort. This stunning property provides the perfect venue for events both large and small.
Chosen for its natural warmth and appeal, breathtaking views and access to geothermal waters, the Metung Hot Springs offers business events like no other and is a lighthouse destination experience for the region.
Metung Hot Springs offers accommodation, marquee site for 200 people theatre style, geothermal waters and wellbeing products. The Hot Springs’ neighbours the Metung Country Club and golf course have a function room for 80 people theatre style. Metung Hot Springs is a 20 minute walk to the picturesque Metung Village, overlooking the Gippsland Lakes.
The Omeo MTB Trails will have more than 121 kilometres of tracks, including long descending , looping cross-country single track and trails for beginners. Stage 1, December 2023, will include 55 kilometres of cross country and gravity trails of varying difficulty for beginners to dedicated mountain bike enthusiasts. The summit of Mt Sam, just above Omeo, will be the trailhead.
The Omeo MTB Trails is a $4 million project and includes the Omeo Pump and Skills Track in Livingston Park. The pump track, now open, is an undulating asphalt course designed in the shape of the word ‘Omeo’ and is suitable for skill levels from beginner to the most advanced. MTB course and pump track have been designed and built by Common Ground, which delivers exceptional mountain bike trials, infrastructure and tourism destinations.