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By Car

Getting here by car is so easy

The best way to explore the region is to drive yourself. Make sure you pick up a touring map before you plan your trip. The majority of roads are well maintained and clearly numbered. GPS can be misleading and it is always advisable to consult a map and road signs as you go to reinforce you are on the correct route.

Being just an hours' drive from Melbourne means you can get here easily. There are a number of ways to access the Mornington Peninsula by car

  • Use the Monash Freeway (M1) and City Link/Linkt to connect to Eastlink* (M3), connecting to Peninsula Link (M11) and the Mornington Peninsula freeway (B110).  
  • Follow the Nepean Highway (3) along the Port Phillip Bay coastline to Point Nepean Rd (B110).
  • Use the Monash Freeway (M1) and City Link/Linkt* to connect to the Westernport Highway (A780), then head for the Western Port Bay coastline along the Frankston-Flinders Rd (C777)

*Note: both the Eastlink and the Citylink/Linkt parts of the Monash Freeway have tolls that will require a pass for travel if you choose to use them in your route. There are no toll booths, but passes can be purchased online prior to travelling or up to 3 days after the first trip.

Use our "Get Directions Gadget' below to help plan your route.

Get Directions

Get Directions to travel between your favourite Mornington Peninsula spots!

Simply fill in the address of where you want to travel, to see a map showing directions to your destination. All fields are required.

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