Team building on the Mornington Peninsula and Phillip Island

“The Peninsula”, just over an hour from Melbourne, is squeezed between Port Philip Bay, Bass Strait, and Western Port Bay.

It’s no surprise the area has plenty of water-based adventure activities such as surfing, sailing, sea kayaking, and diving.
The Mornington Peninsula is also famous for its wineries, golf courses, coastal national parks, and food producers.

The Big Hill area is an epicurean delight with spectacular views over Western Port and Port Philip Bay, and on a clear day, visitors can see Melbourne and the Bellarine Peninsula.
The Mornington Peninsula National Park and Point Napean National Park offer spectacular coastal scenery and fantastic scenic bike rides.

Philip Island is famous for it’s penguins, and it’s also a great place to conference. Wild beaches, wildlife, fabulous bays, delicious seafood, and motorcycle grand prix have made “PI” a favourite destination for holiday makers out of Melbourne.

Corporate adventure and leisure activities include: Sea kayaking and sailing on Port Philip Bay, winery tours, microbrewery tours, mountain biking (including night descents down Big Hill), horse riding along the beach, surf lessons, photography tours, coastal walks, cooking programs, Point Napean National Park tours, dolphin swimming, natural hot springs, scenic helicopter flights, fishing charters, and golf.

Team building programs we recommend on Phillip Island and the Mornington Peninsula include:

  • Food Caching (Mornington Peninsula site seeing and cooking)
  • Corporate Laser Tag
  • Corporate Orienteering
  • Resilience: prepare your team for change
  • Corporate Colours
  • Blokes Day on Phillip Island
  • The Silo Buster
  • Hi tech adventure race.
  • The Great Wine Race.
  • Indoor Team Building Programs
  • Motivator vs Demotivator
  • Sand Sculpting


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