Getting Here

Just over an hour from Melbourne CBD on the stunning Mornington Peninsula!

Travelling by car

Arriving by car is the easiest way to get to us! If you’re coming from Melbourne CBD, take the Eastlink Freeway and exit onto Peninsula Link. Follow this freeway all the way to the Mornington Peninsula.

Once you’re past Dromana, take the Arthurs Seat exit and follow the scenic drive up the hill and turn right on Purves Road. You’ll find entrances to our park at 21 and 55 Purves Road.

Travelling by public transport

Take the Frankston Train Line to its terminus at Frankston station. Catch the Portsea Passenger Service (Bus #788) to the Mornington Peninsula and hop off at the Dromana Visitor Centre.

From here, you will need to either take a taxi or Uber up the hill to Arthurs Seat. Please note: Taxis can be unreliable in the area and you can be waiting for very long periods of time for transport pick-up or drop-off services.

Travelling by ferry

Searoad Ferries offer a spectacular 40-minute trip between Queenscliff and Sorrento, linking two of Melbourne’s most magnificent coastal regions: the Bellarine Peninsula and Mornington Peninsula.

The ferry operates hourly, 365 days a year.
Check out what’s on offer and Searoad ticket info here.

Travelling by shuttle

There are plenty of experiences for travelling to us by shuttle or private transport.
Ridge Rider offer their HOP ON, HOP OFF services as well as private tours, shuttle service and private driver service. They also offer specialised shuttle services from Frankston Train Station right to our door. Forget the worry of where to go, what to do and how to get there, let their dedicated team of experienced driver/guides take care of it all! Visit their website for more information here.

MP Experience are the creation of brother and sister team Max and Danielle who grew up on the Mornington Peninsula. Together, they have unparalleled and extensive knowledge of the area, the culture and the people that make the Peninsula what it is today. They want to share this knowledge with you on their private small group tours. Head to their website for more information here.

For more travel inspiration on your day out to the Mornington Peninsula, check out the Melbourne Travel Guide.