Enjoy a tutored rowing lesson on Albert Park Lake,
then enjoy a lunch of premium steak!


Rowing on the beautiful Albert Park Lake really works up an appetite. Lucky for our members, you can enjoy a four-course gourmet lunch at The Point Albert Park, after a rowing session with experts. Taste some of the best steaks in Melbourne! Website

Member's Perks
  • Two-hour rowing lesson with experts on Albert Park Lake.
  • A fantastic four-course dining experience at Melbourne's most award-winning steak restaurant.
  • Valid every day; reservations required fourteen days in advance.

FOR MIN 2 people
MAX FOR EVENT 10 people
The Point Albert Park
Aquatic Dr, Albert Park Lake VIC 3206, Australia

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The Point Albert Park is one of the best restaurants in Melbourne, winning numerous awards from the likes of the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Guide and Age Good Food Guide. They have always been known for their dedication to premium steak, sourcing from Australia’s best producers, ageing and butchering on site. The team possesses a wealth of knowledge on the difference between grain-fed and grass-fed beef, wet-aged and dry-aged, F1 and Wagyu breeds. They are adept at using this knowledge to recommend the right steak for you, to show you a dining experience you will not have met anywhere else.

The Point will host a two hour rowing session on Albert Park Lake with local experts, followed by a four-course meal featuring a premium steak of your choice.. and that’s a good thing – you might need to replenish your reserves after that hearty exercise!

The Point Restaurant is the perfect spot to relax and recoup, with views of the swans, sailboats and city skyline.
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Rowing Ancient fun on the water
Rowing is one of the world's oldest sports. Humans have been rowing across the water for millennia, and from the beginning there was a competitive element involved. Ancient Egyptian texts mention rowing, as does Virgil, in his Aeneid. And, in 13th century Venice, competitive rowing was a regular public activity.

The first modern rowing competitions were held in London in the 18th century. The participants in these races were boatmen on the Thames. The oldest continuous Thames rowing race is the Doggett's Coat and Badge, which started in 1714, and is still held each year, from the London Bridge to Chelsea.

Rowing is also a popular activity on Albert Park Lake, where you'll enjoy a two-hour rowing session before lunch at The Point Albert Park, one of the best steak restaurants in Melbourne. So grab the oars, and go for it!

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