Mornington Peninsula 4 Day Trek

Exploring the Peninsula’s Beauty in 4 Days

Walk along golden sand beaches, rock shelves surrounded by rock pools, ocean clifftops and forests. Come and enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the Peninsula on our 4 day walking tour, staying at the Boathouse Resort in Blairgowrie.

Only just over an hour from Melbourne, you will feel a world away enjoying the wonderful scenery and diverse locations that the region offers.

Our walks are suitable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness, and are arranged so we are never in a rush, have time to make the most of the experience, and still have time left in the day to go and enjoy other attractions from hot springs, to wineries, breweries, restaurants , gardens or simply relax at the Boathouse Resort and nearby bay beach.

On arrival you will be taken to the historic Point Nepean for the afternoon. From Tuesday to Thursday you will be picked up each morning and transported to the trail head for the day’s walk, and returned after lunch in the early afternoon.


  1. Pick up Monday morning and transfer from Frankston station to The Boathouse Resort, Blairgowrie, returning Friday morning. A Melbourne CBD pick up and drop off can be arranged for an additional cost.
  2. Four nights twin share accommodation at The Boathouse Resort, Blairgowrie. A single supplement is available for an additional cost.
  3. Lunch on arrival and on each day of the walking tour.
  4. Transfers to all walking trails and return.
  5. Parks Victoria walking permit.
  6. Experienced walking Guide with group first aid kit and satellite phone.
  7. Group 3 course dinner at Loquat Restaurant, Sorrento on the final night of the tour.

Indulge in a 4-day coastal escape along golden beaches and enchanting landscapes on our Peninsula walking tour, including stays at the Boathouse Resort in Blairgowrie—all for an immersive experience priced at just AUD $2,189 inc. GST.

Mornington Peninsula Treks Itinerary

Day 1. Point Nepean National Park.

Commence walking from Police point carpark, Portsea through the Quarantine Station, and then follow the Coles Track to Gunners Cottage and road and tracks to Point Nepean and the Fort. Return via the road, track to Cheviots Hill, Gunners Cottage and the front beach back to the Quarantine Station and Police Point. Walking time 3 hours. Grading easy.

Day 2. Mornington Peninsula National Park and Arthur’s Seat Sate Park.

Begin at the Pines picnic ground , Fingal and walk to Fingal Beach, walking at low tide to Gunnamatta Beach, finishing at the first carpark. Transfer to Arthur’s Seat.

Start from the beginning of the Two Bays Track at La Trobe Pde walking to Seawinds Gardens and then on to Kings Falls and the McClaren Dam. Walking time 4 to 5 hours. The walk will include some rough and rocky tracks with some steep inclines. Grading easy to moderate.

Day 3. Mornington Peninsula National Park

The walk will start from Carslake Avenue, Blairgowrie, entering the park and to Dimmick’s Beach, then following the Coastal Track and beaches to London Bridge. The walk will include dune and beach walking, and some rock hopping. Walking time 4 to 5 hours. Grading easy to moderate.

Day 4. Mornington Peninsula National Park.

From Baldry’s Crossing, follow the Two Bays Track to Cape Schank via Bushrangers Bay and descend to the Cape, before returning to the carpark. The walk will include some steep steps and sandy tracks. Walking time 4 to 5 hours. Grading easy to moderate.

Equipment list for Mornington Peninsula Treks

It is important to bring clothing for a variety of weather conditions. We are walking on Bass Strait, and around the top of Arthurs Seat. Both locations can experience very quick changes in temperature and wind.

We walk as close as possible to the low tide changes to enable us to walk around the rock pools and shelves when it is safe to do so. Swimming is possible at the right times, and always refreshing. You will be advised each afternoon on what to expect and what to bring for the day ahead.


  1. Sturdy worn in walking boots
  2. Gators
  3. Walking pole(s) if you like to use them
  4. Tevas or sandals for walking over wet rocks and in shallow water
  5. Hat and sunscreen
  6. Insect repellant
  7. Bathers and travel towel (lightweight towel). A sarong can be useful for changing
  8. Water bottles or camelbak at least 2 litres carrying capacity
  9. Day pack
  10. Lightweight rain / wind jacket
  11. Thermal long sleeve top
  12. Light polyester jumper
  13. Beanie
  14. Walking clothes to suit your preference, long or short

Visual Highlights

Get a glimpse of our destination’s best moments, featuring snapshots of the unique charm and experiences you’ll encounter.

Mornington Peninsula Treks 2024 Dates

  • Monday 29th January to Friday 2nd February
  • Monday 12th February to Friday 16th February
  • Monday 11th March to Friday 14th March
  • Monday 25th March to Friday 29th March
  • Monday 15th April to Friday 19th April
  • Monday 29th April to Friday 3rd May
  • Monday 13th May to Friday 17th May
  • Monday 27th May to Friday 31st May
  • Monday 7th October to Friday 11th October
  • Monday 21st October to Friday 25th October
  • Monday 4th November to Friday 8th November
  • Monday 18th November to Friday 22nd November
  • Monday 2nd December to Friday 6th December
  • Monday 16th December to Friday 20th December

Trek cost – AUD $2,189.00 inc. GST

For bookings please contact online or phone or text on 0407 314 526, and l will be in touch to confirm and arrange your booking.

Contact Us

Have questions or want to learn more about the trekking program? Feel free to call 0407 314 526 or send an email below.

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