We have put together some tips on how to maximise your next daycation!
Less time Driving:
One key is to make sure you don’t waste valuable hours in the day behind the wheel. If you want to head to somewhere that feels miles from home, jump on the ferry and take the shortcut overseas across the bay. Get out of the car and enjoy the beautiful scenery while having a hot coffee or a cold wine or beer and Searoad Ferries will take the wheel allowing you more time doing.
More time Doing:
Make sure to plan your activities close together. Heading to the Peninsula Hot Springs on the Mornington Peninsula? Stop at St Andrew's Beach Brewery for lunch just around the corner. Or are you heading to Adventure Park in Geelong? Stop across the road at Flying Brick Cider House for a bite to eat. Cramming as many memories as possible into your day ensures it feels like a real holiday.
More than One:
Don’t just plan one daycation…plan lots of them. When organising a 2 or 3 week holiday you plan daily excursions while based in your accommodation away from home, treat daycating no differently, just use your house as the start and end point as opposed to your hotel room.
It's not forever, but it is for now. A daycation is exactly what you need as we work our way back to being able to have the extended holiday interstate and abroad.
Don’t forget that your ticket for the ferry is fully transferable and can be changed to any day should you be unable to make it!