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London Bridge

Hang gliding
Medium walk / Day walk
Short walk
Snorkelling/SCUBA Diving

The London Bridge area is the most northern beach in the Mornington Peninsula National Park and borders Point Nepean National Park. This famous landform is composed of sandstone and has been formed through weathering action of thousands of years of wind, rain and waves.

A lookout only a short walk from the car park provides stunning views of London Bridge, the beach and the rock platforms below. Views east towards Portsea and north-west towards Point Nepean National Park.

Beach access is via a steep ramp. A large rock platform provides for great snorkeling and exploring the rock pools at low tide

Large area of native coastal vegetation along the cliff tops provide habitat for large variety of birds and some of the park’s rarest mammals such as Long-nosed bandicoots and White-footed dunnarts.

The Farnsworth track (2km return loop) to the east links London Bridge and Portsea Ocean Beach along the cliff tops via two spectacular lookouts. Alternate return route along the beach.

The Wilsons Folly Track leads directly into neighboring Point Nepean National Park and provides a scenic walk through Moonah woodlands and grassy bowls alive with unique wildlife. (to Quarantine Station 2.5km & Point Nepean 6km)

Accessibility information

London Bridge provides a great ocean vista and a view of the arched rocked formation.

There is one designated disabled parking bay and two accessible toilet cubicles.

Path to Lookout

The path to the lookout is sealed. The first 40 metres to the top of the cliff has a gradient of approximately 1 in 10. The path then runs along the cliff top and is relatively flat. The final 50 metres to the London Bridge lookout drops away with a gradient of approximately 1 in 8.

London-Bridge-Lookout_02 path to lookout


There is a path to the beach from the London Bridge carpark but it is extremely steep with a gradient of approximately 1 in 4. There are no steps but a series of 3 inch wash boards for erosion protection. The path is sealed. There is a lookout point before the path drops away to the beach.

beach access path