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The Tuckey Track

Walk Difficulty Crossing from one side of the Mornington Peninsula to the other, this walk starts at the Western Sister headland of Sullivan Bay Sorrento. From the Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club cross Point Nepean Road and follow the sign posts. The Tuckey Track takes you through a mix of paved residential streets, undulating tracks, and the Tuckey Reserve.

Once you reach Melbourne Road, turn left and cross the road to head down Ivanhoe Street. You will end up following a sandy path which at times is hilly, and there are some steep stairs. It is all worth it though when you reach the Mount St Paul lookout and see the views over the rugged coastline on one side and across to Port Phillip in the other direction. From the lookout you can join the Coastal Walk or turn right to follow the boardwalk down to Bay of Islands.

There is signage along the Tuckey Track providing information about the history of this track which is believed to have been used by Lieutenant James Tuckey and the local indigenous people to walk from Port Phillip to the ocean beaches.

  • Address:
3157 Point Nepean Road Sorrento Victoria 3943
  • Route Information:
One way
  • Start Location:
3157 Point Nepean Road Sorrento Victoria 3943
  • End Location:
St Pauls Lookout Sorrento Victoria 3943
  • Distance:
  • Time to Complete:
0.7 HRS
  • Facilities:
Carpark, Lookouts
  • Difficulty Rating: