Strike redefines the fun and age old bowling experience for the 21st century; enjoying the gourmet food and cool chic environment is just part of the hypnotic Strike experience. Picture Private Bowling Lounges, giant lane-end plasmas, on-lane special effects lighting, computerised scoring, lane-side food and beverage service, deluxe karaoke rooms, pool tables, gourmet food and deluxe bars – and that’s just to start with!
Whether it’s an impromptu night out, staff outing, client schmoozing or a Christmas party for 800 people, Strike’s focus on excellent service and building a fantastic atmosphere will guarantee you and your guests an unforgettable night. There’s no need to worry if bowling isn’t for everyone in the office, we also have deluxe bars and lounges, pool tables, karaoke rooms and interactive games.
Other Facilities Include:
10 state-of-the-art bowling lanes
Functions for 10 to 150 guests
Deluxe bar & lounge
1 Karaoke room
3 pool tables
1 function & meeting room
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Opened in 1995 by then Prime Minister, the Hon. Paul Keating and designed by renowned Australian architect, Daryl Jackson, the Frankston Arts Centre is one of the largest metropolitan and regional arts venues in Australia. Our world class Theatre seats up to 800 and our facilities include full stage with fly tower and contemporary technical and staging equipment.
The Centre attracts icons of Australian performance including Melbourne Symphony, OzOpera and the Australian Ballet amongst others. Our Theatre capacity and premium facilities also attract large and touring international artists and performers.
Cube 37 is the Frankston Arts Centre's glass fronted creative arts space attracting new media artists and housing wet studio, workshop rooms, digital media suite and exhibition galleries. Cube 37 was completed and opened in 2001 by then Prime Minister, the Hon. John Howard.
B'artiste Lounge Bar is an elegant but unpretentious venue which serves as a wonderful backdrop for a quiet drink, catchup with friends, celebration or an opportunity to take in some of the amazing work of Frankston's arts and music community.
B'artiste Lounge Bar is intimate, laid back, a place where you can actually hear your friends, and where you can comfortably lounge for hours with good food, superb coffee, one of Mornington Peninsula's best wines, or another tipple of your choice.
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Since its formation in the 1920s, Hoyts has been associated with countless successful innovations in the film exhibition industry and today Hoyts operates over 350 screens in the oceanic region, consolidating its place among the top three major exhibitors.
With showcase cinemas at Fox Studios and Chatswood in Sydney, Chadstone and Melbourne Central in Victoria and Carousel in Perth, Hoyts continues to set high standards in cinematic excellence and offers its patrons a wide variety of customised viewing experiences including Cinema Paris, La Premiere and Directors Suite screenings.
Hoyts Frankston is at the heart of the Bayside Entertainment Complex and shopping precinct. Boasting 12 digital screens with 3D capabilities and an Xtremescreen.
The cinema has a great party room for private & corporate functions or kids birthday parties.
Mornington Cinemas is located at 1 Main Street in Mornington VIC
Located in the heart of the Frankston CBD, Bayside features Myer, Target, Coles, Kmart, Safeway, Aldi, Toys R Us, Lincraft, Rebel Sport, Hoyts Cinemas, Strike Bowling Bar and over 260 specialty retailers.
For details relating to these retailers, or any of the services and activities available at the centre, please click through the relevant sections of this site
Established in 1981 by Richard and Jill McIntyre, Moorooduc Estate is a small, family-run wine business that has developed an enviable reputation for complex and food friendly wines. Moorooduc Estate offers some of the finest of Mornington Peninsula wine and hand-crafted produce available for tasting and purchase at cellar door, as well as casual lunches on Saturday and Sunday. Their philosophy in everything they do is to make the most of top quality ingredients. Intensive, hands-on care in the vineyard, with minimal use of chemicals, produces the best possible fruit for their wines. Wild yeast ferments and minimal intervention winemaking, with a nod to traditional Burgundian techniques, allow their wines to express their site specificity, or terroir. Similarly, they aim to source ingredients that are seasonal, local and organic for the food that they offer in the cellar door, as well as for Jill's special luncheons and food events, promoted solely though their mailing list to their passionate food and wine customers. The wines are regularly praised in the press - most recently the 2008 'The Moorooduc' Chardonnay received 97 points from James Halliday, the top score for the variety, in his 2011 Australian Wine Companion, a guide in which Moorooduc Estate has held five star status for many years. Visit the website, or email them to sign up today! 'This is a serious winery that is certainly worth calling before you make your trip to the peninsula. The McIntyre family are well known in Melbourne wine circles and the wines are reserved, complex and very stylish, just as the McIntyres are in person. A host of Burgundian winemaking techniques result in a silky Pinot Noir and a very fine Chardonnay.' Stuart Gregor.
Beleura, an Italianate mansion built by James Butchart in 1863. Once the Governor of Victoria's Summer House, later the summer residence of Sir George Tallis and his family. Sir George headed arguably the greatest theatrical and entertainment empire the world has ever seen. "Beleura is a wonderful time capsule, a theatre of the past, yet it appears that life in the house goes on. Unlike a theatre, Beleura and its contents are real - were ever thus; the world it contains will continue if the world as we know it continues. The future will find the past preserved, and be able to understand a life, even into the 21st Century and beyond. The magic of Beleura is the depth of its provenance collection of household things - some grand but much ephemeral, trivial, amusing... " Sir George died in 1948, when by family agreement Beleura was inherited by his youngest son, John Tallis, gentleman, composer - who later bequeathed Beleura and its contents to the people of Victoria in 1996 as a place of historic and educational interest. Beleura hosts an ever popular program of House and Garden Tours, please refer to the Beleura website for details. Bookings are essential and easy to make - phone or email.
Phaedrus Estate is a small, innovative winery situated on a ten acre vineyard on the Mornington Peninsula. It was established in 1997 by qualified winemakers Ewan Campbell and Maitena Zantvoort who had a vision to make a benchmark Australian Pinot Noir. Half the vineyard is planted to five different clones of Pinot Noir and the rest is planted to Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Shiraz. "Phaedrus" (pronounced: Fee-druss) is a character in Robert Pirsig's seminal work "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" who concludes that Quality is when Art and Science combine. The name was chosen for the winery because the winemakers believe that a great wine is a product of both art and science. Phaedrus Estate cellar door is open every weekend. Offering a number of different wines for tasting, including Pinot Gris, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Shiraz. Picnic facilities are available, as well as a playground for children. On most Sundays you can meet the winemakers for an informal tasting, and ask any of those winemaking questions you have always wanted to ask!
Baluk Arts is a collective of Aboriginal artists local to the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston and South east Melbourne. Artworks are all locally made, handmade and come with authenticity certificates. Artworks range from works on paper, sculpture, paintings, jewellery and products such as books, cards and scarves. As Baluk Arts are not-for-profit, all profits go back to the art centre to provide services and professional development for member artists and the local Indigenous communities. Baluk Arts was created by a group of Aboriginal people as a way to share culture, re-learn culture and pass on culture to each other in a supportive positive environment. The artists are from diverse Aboriginal backgrounds from all over Australia and most have been impacted by the stolen generation. As Baluk Arts grew more successful and a strong group of artists formed they opened a large communal studio space with a small gallery in the front to gather, create works and share with the public. The art centre has been featured in Art Collector magazine and work has been acquired by the National Gallery of Victoria. The art centre presents open days, concerts and workshops and is open Tuesdays to Saturdays. For any further infromation please contact Baluk Arts or view their website.
The region's premier public art museum, the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery presents an ever-changing program of world-class exhibitions, ensuring a fresh experience every time you visit. Free guided tours are held every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 3pm, please see the website for more information. Future highlights: 2 May - 2 June 2013: David Aspden: Survey 8 June - 7 July 2013:: Archibald Prize 5 December 2013 - 2 March 2014: Sea of dreams: The lure of Port Phillip Bay II
Established in 1973 and located in the 'Heart of the Peninsula', Devilbend course provides a great day's golf on a course that has couch fairways, automatic watering and excellent greens. It is a challenging 18 hole 6000m course set amidst a flora and fauna reserve. Over the past ten years the capital works program has been implemented with the result that the course has improved in all areas. Each hole provides magnificent views of undulating countryside and provides a variety of challenges for all golfers. The club and its players are widely respected in district and state competitions. Facilities include a driving range, practice nets and a large practice putting area. The clubhouse is renowned for its friendly atmosphere and the golf shop is equipped for all your needs. Lessons can be arranged with the professional staff. Bookings are required and dress standards apply.
Oak Hill Community Arts Co-operative Ltd is a not-for-profit organization run by volunteers under the direction of a Board of Directors, and operates Oak Hill Community Gallery as a community access 'space-for-hire' showcase of affordable art. There are artists' studios (previously farm outbuildings) situated in the landscaped grounds. They offer the public and art lovers alike the opportunity to appreciate a wide variety of styles from the traditional to contemporary, the conventional to the absurd. Oak Hill Community Gallery exhibits works by professional and up-and-coming artists with exhibitions held on a monthly basis. Their aim is to encourage and host new moves of art while continuing to embrace and respect the ancestry of art. Built in 1892, Oak Hill Community Gallery is a beautiful Italianate-style Victorian villa. It is a significant building within the Mornington Peninsula region and is a local identity. The five exhibition spaces within the building are a series of warm contemporary rooms with high ceilings and polished floors. Original fireplaces have been retained, as has the verandah. Oak Hill Community Gallery has ample parking with some overflow available at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery situated directly behind the grounds of Oak Hill. A charming tree-lined country path meanders through the expansive grounds, past the working artist studios from Oak Hill Community Gallery to the MPRG, and further to the Civic Reserve. A large civic rose garden is being established on the western boundary. The Co-operative offers Oak Hill as a special event venue to the community. The major aim of Oak Hill Community Gallery is to cultivate an environment that will inspire and enthuse artists from all walks of life, that will encourage public participation, and will encourage other galleries to offer the next career step to the talented artists showcased here.
The Mornington Railway (MR) is an operating railway museum, which recreates various Victorian Railways branch line activities "just as they used to be" for the education and enjoyment of the general public. The MR's longer-term vision is to offer a variety of services representing different methods of branch line operation in use from 1900 until the end of the branch line era in the 1970's. A feature of the MR is that original Victorian Railways heritage equipment and rollingstock is used to support and operate train services. The Mornington railway line is a heritage item in itself, having been opened in 1889. The main operational focus of the MR is the running of steam-hauled passenger trains, but original Victorian Railways diesel-electric locomotives are used on trains occasionally. Consideration is also being given to adding heritage goods vehicles onto regular passenger trains to recreate the era of the "mixed" train. Our trains run on a regular basis between Moorooduc and Mornington, a round distance of approximately 9kilometres. The remaining unrestored 4.5 kilometres section of the line between the main line junction at Baxter and Moorooduc is being restored as time and funds permit. The MR's main centre of activity is Moorooduc station (Melway 105 K9) conveniently located in the centre of the Mornington Peninsula, a popular holiday destination about 60 kilometres from Melbourne The MR is operated by the Mornington Railway Preservation Society (MRPS), a not-for-profit incorporated association, which is staffed by dedicated volunteers.
Mornington Peninsula Brewery is recognised as one of Australia's leading craft breweries. The Brewery Bar, nestled in the back streets of Mornington, has six award winning beers on tap. Along with the four regular beers, Pale Ale, Witbier, Brown Ale and IPA there is always a Specialty beer on tap highlighting the diversity and different styles of beer. The Mornington Peninsula Brewery Bar has a casual atmosphere complemented by the beer garden and a viewing mezzanine overlooking the brew house. Together with a tasty menu of wood-fired pizzas and Mornington Peninsula wines. Mornington Peninsula Brewery makes a welcoming destination for the discerning beer drinker.
Just an hour from Melbourne, the Woodman Estate Day Spa is your ideal destination to relax. A tranquil setting complements this Spa, which offers a full range of tailored massage and relaxation treatments. Woodman Estate proudly uses premium Li'Tya (le-dee-a) products. This unique range of quality spa products integrates the precious qualities of the Australian earth, its native plants and spirit. Best of all, you can spend the whole day at this private oasis. Relax on your day bed by the lake, stroll around the gardens or catch up with friends over a healthy light lunch, pre or post treatment. Fresh living juice blends and herbal teas are available for your enjoyment. Put the world aside for a moment. Your own private sanctuary awaits! Better still, you may like to enjoy lunch or stay the night at Woodman Estate. Woodman Estate have Lakeside dining, where you can enjoy a light lunch pre or post your treatment in their Brasserie restaurant or on the lakeside terrace. Stay at Woodman Estate's luxury accommodation; Indulge yourself and choose to stay in either individually designed lodge or Manor House suites or rooms or opt for the luxurious Lakeside chalets.
Stumpy Gully Vineyard was established in 1989 in the Moorooduc Wine Touring Area of Victoria's Mornington Peninsula. This family-operated vineyard is owned by the Zantvoort family who planted the first grape vines. The property is partly on historic dairy land unused for half a century and partly on virgin bush soil. The unspoiled Moorooduc region soils were generous, and the unique mesoclimate between the Peninsula's two bays promised all kinds of winemaking adventures. Today Stumpy Gully Vineyard is into its second generation of Zantvoort family winemakers and viticulturists, since their inception in 1989. Four of Stumpy Gully Vineyard's distinct blocks produce 11 different varieties of wine under the Stumpy Gully name. The classic Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are produced together with Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. More exotic varieties are grown, too, including Pinot Grigio, Viognier, Marsanne and since 1998 the first Peninsula-grown Sangiovese. 'You don't get much closer to the vines than this. The cellar door at Stumpy Gully boasts an outside deck that's only a stone's throw from this mature vineyard in the fertile heartland of the Mornington Peninsula. It's a friendly, relaxed place, and wine quality benefits from the slightly warmer climate in this part of the Peninsula. Merlot is a house speciality making subtle, complex wines that are a regional rarity. Sauvignon Blanc and Marsanne, also scarce in the region, thrive here. The sharply priced second label, Panorama, is excellent value.' Ralph Kyte-Powell.
Mornington Golf Club is more than just a great golf club. Here's a rare opportunity to combine sight seeing, shopping, wonderful food, wine tasting in some of Australia's premier wine estates, sea-side fresh air... all with your game of golf. Where is this golfer's heaven? Mornington Golf Club. It's in the heart of Victoria's famed Mornington Peninsula. Standing on most tees, the view across the bay to the city is breathtaking. Fairways are lush Santa Anna Couch grass, offering near perfect lies. Greens are fast with subtle breaks, so get your line right. Whether you're enjoying the ultra-modern club house or shopping in the trendy streets of Mornington, sampling superb Peninsula wines, relaxing on the beach or putting for par, this place has it all! Mornington Golf Club also has fully automated watering systems, grass greens and full drainage allowing play all year. The club also boasts warm up nets, practice fairways, putting and chipping greens and bunker. Course No of Holes: 18 Course Length (m): 6,005 Course par: 72 Pro Shop The Mornington Pro Shop is stocked with the latest golf equipment, balls, shoes, apparel and golfing accessories at several price ranges. They have a focus on golf club fitting and demonstration equipment to help all levels of golfers get the most suitable equipment. Whether it's finding the right driver or the right golf ball, the Mornington Pro Shop Staff can advise on all golfing requirements. The Bistro The A la Carte Bistro offers a full a la carte menu in a very pleasant atmosphere with sweeping views of the golf course and Port Phillip Bay. With a wide and varied selection of meals at very affordable prices including a children's menu, it is just the place to enjoy some fine cuisine in the company of family or friends
The Peninsula Country Golf Club enjoys a reputation as one of the premier private golf clubs in Australia, with two golf courses ranked in Australia's top 50 and club facilities of the highest standard available for weddings, corporate golf days, meeting and conferences, golf trips or private dining. 41 accommodation rooms - standard to executive rooms. The Golf Shop is stocked with the latest in golf equipment and fashionable clothing, the shop is flooded with natural light and staffed by friendly personnel. Peninsula is proud to be home to two of "Australia's Top 50 Courses", the North ranked *18 and the South currently *44. While the South has long been known as one of Australia's tough and testing championship courses, the North has recently come into its own after remodelling. One of Australia's top golf writers and authors called it "the best course renovation ever completed in Australia." Australia's Best Golf Courses, D Oliver, 2003. Both courses have hosted important amateur and professional events and are known for their excellent couch fairways, bent grass greens and traditional sand belt bunkering. Play and stay packages are available for the house guests. To tailor a package to suit your individual requirements, please contact the Events Manager. Corporate golf day clients are extended all privileges of club membership including use of the Club Bar, fully equipped locker rooms, dining and function rooms.
Set amongst the urban development of Frankston, The Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve protects an important area of remnant heathland. This is a great spot to take the dog for a walk with a network of walking tracks throughout the park. Trig Point and the Lookout provide panoramic views of the Dandenong Ranges, Port Phillip and Frankston. Things to see and do - The reserve is ideal for recreation activities such as nature study, photography and walking - Walk to Trig Point for expansive views of the reserve, Port Phillip Bay and the Dandenongs. A network of tracks allows visitors to walk to most features of the reserve Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.
The Main Street Market Mornington has been a home made, home grown and home baked market since April 1983! When you come to the market you will get the chance to meet stallholders that have been attending the market for over 15 years, and they can tell you why the market is such a special place!
At the market you will find craft, plants and produce, gourmet delights, kids toys and fashion and much more, all on beautiful Main Street Mornington … where the shops meet the sea!
Held every Wednesday on beautiful Main Street Mornington, rain or shine, 9am to 3pm – visit www.facebook.com/mainstreetmarketmornington for further details and updates. We hope to see you at this wonderful market!
The Plover is a classic vessel with an unrivalled level of shelter, comfort and versatility. She is the biggest, cleanest charter boat in the Mornington harbour — the perfect platform for your day trip on Port Phillip.