Boneo Park is a diverse 340 hectare property located in the heart of Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula and set within pristine wetland and woodland.

Boneo Park provides an excellent example of sustainable development.  The equestrian facilities and restaurant have been carefully sited on previous farming land, whilst protecting the wetland and Moonah woodland which occupy most of the remainder of the property.

Equestrian competitions which vary from Interschool events to Australian Championships are held most weeks. Spectators are welcome with admission usually free.

The majority of the Tootgarook Wetland is located within Boneo Park.  There are more than ten kilometres of tracks through and around this wetland, as a result of past farming, and these are available for visitors to enjoy the wetland, birdlife and picturesque landscape.

Arilla, our onsite function space, provides local, fresh food in a beautiful setting looking out over our wetland lake and equestrian arenas.  Boneo is a food bowl for Melbourne, and Arilla's menu makes full use of the wide range of available produce.

The property is an excellent example of how to sustainably preserve a precious wetland with extraordinary biodiversity of over 160 bird species and hundreds of species of indigenous flora and fauna, whilst allowing public access for use by the equestrian community and for visitors to actively or passively appreciate this diverse land.  The wetland and woodland have been protected in perpetuity against development under a conservation covenant with Trust for Nature, with 200 hectares protected.

Please be aware of the Boneo Park risk management and code of conduct


Para-Dressage CPEDI3* FEI World Championships Qualifier Postponed

EA High Performance and Boneo Park have made the difficult decision to postpone the Para-Equestrian CPEDI3* competition for the second time due to COVID-19 complications. The event was scheduled to take place from the 10th to the 13th of March at Boneo Park in Victoria. However, at the time of planning Australian borders remained closed,…



The postponed 2021 Pryde’s EasiFeed Australian Jumping Championships wrapped up on Sunday after five days of thrilling competition at the Boneo Park Equestrian Complex on the Mornington Peninsula. Whilst spectators picnicked ring-side under shady umbrellas or enjoyed the alfresco dining of Arilla Restaurant, the headline class of the show, the Pryde’s EasiFeed Australian Senior Championship…


Boneo Park welcomes competitors from across the country for the Australian Jumping Championships 

It has been a long wait, however, the Boneo Park Equestrian Centre will, once again, become the focus of Jumping in  Australia when the venue hosts the 2021 Pryde’s EasiFeed Australian Jumping Championships. While COVID-19 caused  the cancellation of the 2020 Championships, this event is the delayed 2021 Championships and will run for 5 full…

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