Pt. Leo Estate's First Birthday Weekend
Wander through Mornington Peninsula's famed sculpture park for free to celebrate its first birthday.
One of the Mornington Peninsula's hottest arrivals of 2017, Pt. Leo Estate has clocked up a whole year of life — and to celebrate, it's throwing open the gates for a weekend of art, entertainment and summertime revelry.
Over December 1 and 2, the property's famed sculpture park will open to the public for free, allowing visitors young and old to wander the collection of over 50 large-scale works. To coincide with the birthday fun, the park will also unveil the newest additions to its ever-growing collection, including Mirri — the latest piece from contemporary indigenous artist Reko Rennie.
Littlies will be kept entertained with a range of kid-friendly activities, while grown-up appetites are well catered for with a special barbecue menu from culinary director Phil Wood and his team. Plates like pork sausage sliders with braised cabbage and roast leg of lamb with Greek salad feature in a classic Aussie grill offering, with mains priced at around $25. You'll also find classic sausage rolls and house-made lamingtons with cream — perfect for capping off a spin around the sculpture park.
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Friday, August 6 - Sunday, February 6
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