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Peninsula Link Trail

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Phone: 1300322842

Description

The Peninsula Link shared use path is a significant addition to the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula walking and cycling networks. It is also the single biggest addition to Melbourne's shared use path network since the EastLink Trail.

The Peninsula Link Trail begins at Patterson Lakes connecting the EastLink and Baxter trails and ends at Moorooduc. The route takes in wetlands, parklands and natural bushlands.

Parks Victoria, VicRoads, Melbourne Water, Bicycle Victoria and local councils gave input into the development and route of the shared use path.

Highlights of the route include:

•    A connection to the Dandenong Creek trail at Patterson River
•    A new pedestrian bridge at Thompson Road, Patterson Lakes
•    A combined pedestrian-pipe bridge near Willow Road, Frankston offering links to the Baxter Trail

Peninsula Link Trail Trip 1
Start: National Water Sports Centre
Finish: Mt Eliza Regional Park
Distance: 25km

Peninsula Link Trail Trip 2
Start: Seaford Wetlands
Finish: Belvedere Reserve
Distance: 2km

Peninsula Link Trail Trip 3
Start: Belvedere Reserve
Finish: Pines Flora and
Fauna Reserve
Distance: 6km

Peninsula Link Trail Trip 4
Start: Langwarrin Flora and
Fauna Reserve
Finish: Mt Eliza Regional Park
Distance: 10km

Peninsula Link Trail Trip 5
Start: Robinsons Park
Finish: Frankston Flinders Road, Baxter
Distance: 2.7km

Peninsula Link Trail Trip 6
Start: Moorooduc Tourist Train, Mt Eliza
Finish: Frankston Flinders Rd, Baxter
Distance: 4.3km

Download Peninsula Link Trail map

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Map & Directions

Peninsule Link/Cranbourne Road