These walks encompass some of the most beautiful scenery the Mornington Peninsula National Park and Arthurs Seat State Park has to offer.

The best bush walk in the Mornington Peninsula is the Two Bays Walking Track. The track can be walked in sections or for enthusiasts, in its 26.5km entirety. The decision is entirely yours.

Shorter day hikes

Mornington Peninsula Guided Walks has compiled its own walks for shorter walking distances of 10kms and 18kms while ensuring you see the very best the Two Bays Track and the Mornington Peninsula has to offer.

Pick of the Two Bays walk (10km)
Best of the Two Bays walk (18km)

Conquer the entire bush walk

The entire 26.5km Two Bays Walking Track commences in Dromana (Port Phillip Bay) and terminates at Cape Schanck (Bass Strait) – hence the Two Bays – and covers the diverse range of landscapes for which the Mornington Peninsula is so well known.

From sandy beaches through broken rock tracks, coastal alkaline scrub through forests of eucalyptus and grass trees, grasslands and coastal dune scrub – even sections of suburbia – complete with ever present scenic views, the Two Bays Walking Track, or sections thereof, is an iconic “to do” for most Victorians and visitors to the State.

The Track is in most Melburnian’s back yard, only 85 kms from the centre of Melbourne, straight down the Mornington Peninsula Freeway.

Mornington Peninsula Guided Walks now makes this beautiful Two Bays Walking Track walk – or sections thereof – more accessible to more Victorians and visitors by removing concerns potential track walkers may have in deciding to undertake the walk.

David Campbell – Tour Guide

Mornington Peninsula Guided Walks’ purpose is to enable people to undertake this bush walk, or any shorter sections of the walk, by removing those walking inhibitors such as:

  • The need to carry and use maps and compasses.
  • The need for you to carry your own food and drinks (gourmet sandwiches, fruits and cheeses are provided).
  • Questioning if you have sufficient time to complete the walk and where you should start your walk from.
  • Questioning if you have suitable clothing and walking gear and having this provided to you if required.
  • The need for carrying your own first aid kit or emergency equipment.
  • The usual requirement to carry a backpack, and
  • Working out the logistics of car shuttling between start and end points of the walk.

Your guide, David, is a fully capable and qualified walk leader, who eliminates the above inhibitors in addition to identifying local flora and fauna and sharing the history of the Track, so that walkers have nothing to be concerned about except ensuring they thoroughly enjoy the walk and make the very most of every minute of their day.

Learn more about bush walks in the Mornington Peninsula:

Read on and complete the attached Enquiry and Booking Form to make a date with Mornington Peninsula Guided Walks.