Red Hill - Old Merricks Station Mornington Peninsula National Park

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  • Walk Length: 15 km
  • Walk duration: 4-5 hours
  • Walk Grade: Medium
  • Walk Style: Circuit
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Walk Summary

Walk Cateogry:  Day

Getting There:  Car

Nearest Town:  Red Hill

Walk Area:  Melbourne - South

Distance from Melbourne GPO: 91km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes

Walk Details collated:  October 2011

Walk Provided By:  Peninsula Bushwalking Club & Catholic Walking Club of Victoria

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Getting There

This walk starts and ends at the car park on Point Leo Road (Melways 191 A7)

Drive along Point Nepean Road to Dromana. Turn right (south) on McCulloch street and go under the freeway. Turn right (west) beside the freeway, follow Arthurs Seat Road to the top of the mountain and continue along Arthurs Seat road about 8 kms to the T-intersection with Red Hill Road. Turn right and drive about 300 metres to Point Leo road. The car park is behind the Supermarket.

Further Information

Information on the Red Hill Rail Trail

Parks VictoriaMornington Peninsula National Park

Mobile phone coverage information

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