The Point Nepean Shuttle is a hop-on hop-off shuttle service transporting visitors between the Quarantine Station and Fort Nepean. Visitors can hop on and off …
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The Point Nepean Shuttle is a hop-on hop-off shuttle service transporting visitors between the Quarantine Station and Fort Nepean. Visitors can hop on and off at the designated stops along the way, or stay on until the end and return back to the stop they boarded from. It currently operates from a single 55 seater bus and can accommodate wheelchair access. Note that the service does not regularly stop at the park entrance. The Shuttle Bus connects with the Portsea public bus (788) stop at the front entrance gate at three designated times – see timetable below.
This service is operated by Ventura Buslines, an umbrella company of Portsea Passenger Service and Grenda. Tickets are available for purchase from the driver at the designated stops. Most credit cards and cash accepted. Tickets are valid for the day of purchase only.
Shuttle service timetable
These times may be subject to change. Please arrive at the stop at least five minutes prior to scheduled time.
* Stops at park front entrance gate to connect with 788 Frankston - Portsea Bus.
Click here for 788 bus timetable.
Shuttle Bus prices
Child / Concession $7.50
Charter and group bookings / prices are available on request.
For more information regarding schedules, ticketing or group bookings call (03) 5986 5666 or email email@example.com.
30 Apr 2013
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