The Briars’ brand new glamping experience, Sanctuary Dreaming, will immerse guests in the beauty of the Peninsula’s flora, fauna and Aboriginal culture. Busy roads will be replaced with bush and bird songs, campfires, Aboriginal stories and stargazing, night walks and delicious bush food.

As guests settle in their tents in the peace and beauty of twilight, Australian wildlife will emerge from the bushland to feed by the waterhole. Guests may choose to stay in for the evening, enjoying a bush-food barbecue pack from the restaurant or venture out to a nearby restaurant – of which Mornington Peninsula has many.

Throughout the afternoon and evening, a host is available to take guests on a range of Sanctuary Dreaming experiences including a night walk, bush food cooking class, star gazing or didgeridoo meditation.

After a lovely night’s sleep, tuck into a delicious brekky cooked by the host or stroll up to the restaurant for a big café breakfast. As The Briars wakes up and comes to life, guests can join a range of activities to extend their stay.

Sanctuary Dreaming guests will take with them an enduring connection to the land and to the culture of the Traditional Custodians.

While this was the early vision for the experience, interested parties will have the creative freedom to create the glamping experience of their dreams.

There is a unique opportunity to capitalise on the growing residential and tourism market on the Peninsula in this coveted location close to major arterial roads and other iconic destinations. The Briars is home to many big events throughout the year, and we want to work with you to compliment these events.