Eaton's Cutting - OT Dam - Seawinds - Arthurs Seat State Park Arthurs Seat State Park

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  • Walk Length: 10 kms
  • Walk duration: 4.5 hours
  • Walk Grade: Easy
  • Walk Style: Circuit
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Eaton's Cutting - OT Dam - Seawinds - Arthurs Seat State Park

Walk Summary

Walk Category: Short

Getting There:  Car

Nearest Town:  Red Hill

Walk Area:  Melbourne South

Distance from Melbourne GPO: 86km

Mobile Phone coverage:  Yes

Walk data collated: October 2011

Walk provided by:  Catholic Walking Club of Victoria & Peninsula Bushwalking Club

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Getting There

The walk starts at the car park for the Red Hill Primary School. 

Drive to Dromana and turn right (south) into McCulloch Street. Continue under the freeway and turn right into Arthurs Seat Road.  Follwo Arthurs Seat Road to the top of Arthurs Seat and then continue for about 4km to the Mornington-Flinders Road and the the school. 

Further Information

There is a cafe and restaurant across the road from the start/end of the walk.

 Park Victoria: Arthurs Seat State Park

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