Wild Adventures Melbourne (WAM)

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Wild Adventures Melbourne (WAM) is an eco adventure tour operator offering ‘action and relaxing’ packed nature and wildlife experiences on the spectacular Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne and beyond.

Join your fun and passionate WAM guide-instructors and connect with nature on awe-inspiring outdoor activities including stand up paddle boarding, bushwalking, snorkelling and cycling combined with wildlife spotting, rock pools, fascinating stories and indulgence at sustainably conscious cafes, wineries, breweries, distilleries and hot springs. WAM also offers breathtaking multi-day winter adventures to the Victorian Alps and Gippsland Lakes.

As one of Australia’s only B-Corp Certified Tour Operators, WAM are committed to being a force for good and their small-group eco-tours (maximum eight people) guarantee a personalised experience whilst you hear about the places you’ll visit, gain skills in awesome activities and taste local produce.

Head to the Wild Adventures Melbourne website and choose between their full day, half day, self-guided or multi-day adventures.



A magical morning paddling immersed in nature as you embark on a SUP and Snorkel safari discovering the Mornington Peninsulas most majestic waterways.

Your morning begins with an early pick up on the Mornington Peninsula and after a short drive, you’ll find yourself at a wonderful lake surrounded by bushland for your first Stand Up Paddleboarding expedition.

You’ll then head through a special access entrance to the waterside where your qualified WAM guide-instructors will provide you with all necessary instruction on Stand Up Paddleboarding before cruising along the lake enjoying the peace and quiet and keeping an eye out for kangaroos on land, and white bellied eagles in the sky.

After an hour of enjoying the tranquil setting, you’ll paddle back to land for a delicious lakeside breakfast with fresh local produce.

Once refuelled you drive a scenic coastal drive to the SUP and Snorkel location, a hidden gem beach location for an ocean experience where you have the chance of seeing marine life like dolphins and rays. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to paddle along the coastline, and also head on a guided snorkel discovering the marine wonders below the surface as well as above it.

Disabled Access

Non Smoking


Beautiful views, stand up paddleboarding (SUP) in crystal clear bays, picnic lunch at a gorgeous viewpoint, jaw dropping coastal hiking, bathing at the Peninsula Hot Springs and wine tasting. In other words all the best aspects you could wish for from the Mornington Peninsula in one incredible all-inclusive day of adventure, exploring and indulgence.

Spend the morning SUPnalong the stunning coastline on the Peninsula as you look back on the famous colourful bathing boxes. You may even be lucky enough to spot some dolphins! Enjoy a guided bushwalk to a breathtaking deserted bay whilst spotting Australian wildlife before heading to an ocean viewpoint for a delicious picnic lunch. After the adventure it’s time for relaxing in some of the world’s best thermal hot springs. Finally, visit an awesome laid back winery for wine tasting before driving a scenic drive back to the starting point.

Disabled Access

Non Smoking


The Mornington Peninsula is still breathtaking during winter, and this is the perfect way to see it with bucket loads of relaxation at the hot springs, active adventure on the bushwalk, land and marine wildlife spotting opportunities, plus a delicious grazing picnic lunch.

Your adventure starts with a morning of guided coastal bushwalking experience with panoramic views from the clifftops looking out over the Southern Ocean.

From May to October, it’s whale watching season so we spend a good amount of time to spot humpback whales or southern right whales making their annual migration along the coast. Keep an eye out on land too as we often see kangaroos, echidnas, and birdlife as we bushwalk to the dramatic Bushrangers Bay, before heading for your included lunch full of fresh local produce.

After all that action and wildlife spotting, it’s time to relax and there is nothing better on a winters then to bathe at the Peninsula Hot Springs. These world renowned springs have over 50 bathing experiences for you to choose from immersed in nature including sensational hot pools, saunas and steam rooms.

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From $1595 to $1695

Join WAM on their epic five day Great Alpine and Lakes Adventure in the Victorian Alps and Gippsland Lakes.

From Skiing and Snowboarding Mount Hotham, Australia’s highest alpine village, snowshoeing to an eco village for a dinner experience, driving the iconic Great Alpine Road, kayaking the Gippsland Lakes, bathing in the Metung Hot Springs with lake vistas, exploring ancient landscapes in national parks and tasting fantastic produce along the way with a small group of likeminded legends.

The Great Alpine Road stretches from the Australian Alps to the Gippsland lakes and this trip is all about enjoying the best of the great outdoors during the cooler months amongst some of the most breathtaking scenery found anywhere in Australia.

Pick up can be arranged from Mornington Peninsula, Frankston and Melbourne CBD.

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