A network of walking tracks allows access throughout the park giving the public the opportunity to experience the many different vegetation classes existing in the …
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A network of walking tracks allows access throughout the park giving the public the opportunity to experience the many different vegetation classes existing in the park.
The Mornington Peninsula Walk
Experience the diversity of the Southern Peninsula from bay to bush, cape to point. Taking in many areas of Mornington Peninsula National Park this walk can be completed in sections or approximately 100km continuous walk linking the Two Bays Walking Track, Coastal Walk, Point Nepean Walks and Bay Trail.
For more information download the brochure from the Related Documents section below.
Two Bays walking track
This 26km track travels from Dromana foreshore on Port Phillip to Bushrangers Bay near Cape Schanck. As the track is quite long it is advisable to walk it in sections.
Arthurs Seat circuit walk
This easy to follow 1.8km circuit walk guides visitors to the major interest points of the summit.
TC McKellar circuit walk
This 1km track starts from the Seawinds Gardens information shelter.
Kings Falls circuit walk
This 1km walk begins on Waterfall Gully Rd taking in the falls which can be seen flowing year round.
Lookout Hill circuit walk
This 1km walk begins at the end of Eatons Cutting Rd and takes in some spectacular scenery towards Melbourne.
OT Dam circuit walk
This 3 km circuit walk begins on Arthurs Seat Rd and directs park users to a constructed boardwalk which loops around the beautifully coloured dam.
- Park note - Arthurs Seat State Park (PDF File 865.0 KB)
- The Mornington Peninsula Walk (PDF File 3.1 MB)
Experience the diversity of the Southern Peninsula from bay to bush, cape to point.
- Two Bays Walking Track (PDF File 380.9 KB)
09 May 2013
A partnership between Government agencies, volunteers and scientists has installed barriers to save a rare alpine fish that was in danger of extinction. Parks Victoria, the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) Arthur Rylah Institute (ARI), West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (WGCMA), VRfish and the Australian Trout Foundation …