Stony Point - Hastings

4.0/5 rating (3 votes)
  • Walk Length: 12 kms
  • Walk duration: 4 -5 hours
  • Walk Grade: Medium
  • Walk Style: One Way
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Walk Summary

Walk Cateogry:  Day

Getting There:  Car

Nearest Town:  Hastings

Walk Area:  Melbourne - South

Distance from Melbourne GPO: 75 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes

Walk Details collated:  October 2011

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

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Getting There

This walk starts at the Stoney Point car park (Melways 195 F5) and ends at the skate ramp car park in Hastings (Melways 154 K11) 

Drive East along Point Nepean Road through Dromana and continue to follow Point Nepean Rd under the freeway until the Dunns Creek Road turn off on the right.  Follow Dunns Creek Rd to Red Hill Rd then continue as Bittern-Dromana Rd to Flinders-Frankston Rd. Turn left for 50 metres then right into Disney street and drive to Stony Point Rd. Turn right and drive to the end at Stoney Point Station car park.

Comments (3)

  • Ed Gregory

    Ed Gregory

    23 May 2013 at 00:15 |
    An alternative to walking all the way on the road between Stony Point and Woolleys Beach is to take the walking track through the coastal reserve. This track leaves Stony Point Rd, to the right, 1.05 km from the railway station and continues to Woolleys Beach. There is a gate and sign "Woolleys Beach Reserve", visible from the road, at the start of the track.

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  • Cath Tregillis

    Cath Tregillis

    28 March 2015 at 22:49 |
    This walk has been severely damaged by a fire that spread through here over the 2014 summer. Much of the board walk has been destroyed and large areas are no longer accessible. Check with the council before attempting this one.

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    • Chris Towers

      Chris Towers

      08 April 2015 at 11:59 |
      Hi Cath

      Thanks so much for letting us know. With around 200 walks to keep track of it's often difficult for us know when conditions change.

      Chris Towers
      Bushwalking Victoria Board Member

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