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Walking & hiking

Set out on two feet to explore Mornington Peninsula along rugged bushland tracks and bayside boardwalks.

Shoreline strolls and hinterland hikes

Don your walking shoes, grab a map and do your best to cover the 100 kilometres or more of walking trails included in the official Mornington Peninsula Walk. Prepare yourself to tackle the walk in its entirety, or embark on one of the shorter components to take in a diverse range of landscapes. Discover beautiful secluded bays and rugged headlands, pounding surf beaches and bushland, and lookouts with immense views.

Pound the safe and scenic walking tracks for the best perspectives of Mornington Peninsula's national and state parks, including Point Nepean, Arthurs Seat, French Island and Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park.

Take a leisurely shoreline stroll or hinterland hike, or undertake the epic two-day Arthurs Seat to Cape Schanck trek. Spot birds, kangaroos and koalas and be impressed by a series of stunning vistas.

Walk to the west

Have a change of scenery and stride along the boardwalk through Westernport's fertile mangroves and mud flats to the Bittern Coastal Wetlands, where lively birds await.

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Walking & hiking

Mornington Peninsula Walk

Embark on the long Mornington Peninsula Walk, or the shorter Two Bays, Fort Nepean or Coastal walks.

Bushrangers Bay Trail

Walk from Cape Schanck and its lighthouse to the bay past native flora, birds, and rock formations.





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Things to do

Family activities

Occupy both the biggest and smallest family members on the Mornington Peninsula, with beaches, budget accommodation, foreshore camping and fun events.

Nature and wildlife

National parks and reserves

Become part of nature in Mornington Peninsula's magical parks - dive, swim, explore and meet native animals in tranquil bushland and deep underwater.

Nature and wildlife

Beaches and coastlines

Crash into the waters of the peninsula's seemingly endless sandy bay inlets and rugged, wild surf beaches and feel a million miles from city life.

Outdoor activities


Cover more of Mornington Peninsula by bicycle as you take advantage of the network of on- and off-road paths, past wineries, mangroves and foreshores.