Join us for the Morning Peninsula Rider's regular monthly breakfast at South Beach Project, with stunning views across Port Phillip Bay and Mount Martha South Beach. Here you will get great coffee, food, and conversation with fellow Vespa enthusiasts.
Ride to Point Nepean National Park - Portsea. Leaving at 10.30am after brekky.
Check out the following link for more details: Point Nepaean National Park
We will be riding to Point Nepean National Park following breakfast at 10.30am. Cost for the shuttle bus from the carpark to the fort - $12 per adult (return). If we have 15 or more as a group booking, cost will drop to $8 but this will need to be sorted before the weekend (I can do that if we have the numbers by Thursday night).
This is a stunning place to visit with lots of history and great natural scenary.
Appears that food can be purchased there but will get more details. Otherwise you will need to BYO, which you can do anyway.
Please note the folowing re COVID and VCM policy:
We're following the rules:
You need to be double vaccinated and check in via the cafe's QR code. The cafe will also require to see your vacc certificate.
VCM Policy on COVID-19 and Re-Opening
In attending this event you are confirming that you have read and agree to the following:
The Vespa Club of Melbourne Inc. advises that it is reopening in line with the Roadmap to Delivering the National Plan.
To support compliance with these requirements, members and guests attending events must be fully vaccinated* against COVID-19 and be prepared to provide proof of vaccination if required by an elected officer of the club or ride leader, or at businesses that the club attends in the course of an event. During events, the club supports all other required COVID-19 safe practices including social distancing and mask wearing, in accordance with government regulation that may change from time to time.
*As per the COVID-19 Vaccinated Activities Directions, in the instance where a person that has obtained certification from a medical practitioner stating that the person is unable to receive a dose, or a further dose, of a COVID-19 vaccine; they are classified as an excepted person and are classified as fully vaccinated for the purposes outlined above.
Regards Allan :)