Travel to the Mornington Peninsula

Mornington Peninsula - How to get here
Mornington Peninsula – How to get here

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Its lovely to come in from the Great Ocean Road by ferry….

The spectacular 40-minute trip on the Queenscliff Sorrento Ferry Service links Melbourne’s most magnificent coastal regions: the Great Ocean Road and Mornington Peninsula.  Both destinations have a vast number of attractions to explore.

If you are travelling from Geelong, The Great Ocean Road, Queenscliff or the Bellarine Peninsula the Searoad Ferry is a great way to easily link to the Mornington Peninsula.  The ferry departs Queenscliff on the hour and takes cars, buses, trucks and passengers.  Arrival half an hour prior to departure is advisable to ensure a place on the ferry.

Stroll on board as a passenger or bring your car – it’s the fast and environmentally friendly alternative to the drive of more than 200 km through the city from one peninsula to the other.

Two specially designed all-weather 60-metre ferries depart from both destinations on the hour, every hour, 7am to 6pm daily. Enjoy easy drive on/drive off facilities, spacious comfortable lounges with full-length windows, a tempting cafe and plenty of deck space.

There are ever-changing – watch out for dolphins, whales in winter and enormous ships as you breathe incredibly fresh air.

Arriving at Sorrento you’ll have a perfect view of multi-million dollar mansions sitting atop cliffs, tiny coves filled with boats, the beautiful foreshore and old limestone buildings.  Ferry tickets can be purchased at the pier.

If you are arriving from Queenscliff and the Great Ocean Road you will need to arrange a ferry crossing: SeaRoad Ferries