Ricketts Point

3.0/5 rating (5 votes)
  • Walk Length: 3.5 - 4.7km
  • Walk duration: 2 hours
  • Walk Grade: Gentle Pusher/Wheelchair
  • Walk Style: One Way
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Ricketts Point

Walk Summary

Walk Category:  Short

Getting There:  Car, Train & Bus

Walk Area:  Melbourne - South

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  22.5 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes

Walk Details Collated:  July 2009

Walk Details Provided By:  Bushwalking Victoria

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Getting There

Melway map:  Start: 86 H7;  Finish: 86 A5.

Car parking:  Free in side roads (for example, Charman Road); fee payable along foreshore.

Public transport:  Frankston line train to Cheltenham Station; exit station, turn right, cross railway line, cross road to bus stop (opposite cemetery). Bus route 923, direction St Kilda.  Bus stop: Beach Road at Charman and Beach Road junction.  7-day service.

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Further Information

Dogs:  On leash only.

Facilities:  There are seats at intervals along the track.  There are toilets at Cheltenham Station, beside the Beaumaris Life Saving Club and in the picnic ground past the Tea House.  Water fountains are at the clifftop start, Moysey Gardens and in the picnic ground after the Tea House; barbecues in the area around the Tea House.

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