The Briars Walking Tracks
The Briars has a number of walks around the property. Reward yourself with lunch at Josephine’s Restaurant afterwards! There is the Wetland walk, the Woodland walk, the Kur-Bur-Rer walk and the Balcombe & Harrap Creek walkways. Click on the website link for more details.
Mornington to Mt Martha (Walk)
Mornington to Mt Martha
Walkers can follow the winding tracks along the cliff tops and stop at the lookout points for spectacular views of the bay. Enjoy the leash-free areas, a picnic at the Balcombe Estuary Reserve or go for a walk along the boardwalk. Some sections of the path are unmade.
Rye to Portsea
This inland trail connects Rye to Sorrento and Portsea and beyond. Can be hilly in parts. Click on the website link to download a copy of the trail map.
Two Bays Trail
Dromana to Cape Schanck
This trail begins at the coast area of Dromana and travels up Arthurs Seat to Cape Schanck and beyond. It is quite challenging in sections. Click on the website link to download a copy of the trail map.
Warringine Park Walks
2230 Frankston-Flinders Rd, Bittern
The Warringine Park features two major walks. Firstly the Bittern Coastal Foreshore walk, that stretches for 3.7kms along the foreshore and the Creek section of 1.7km. For more details, click on the website link.
Peninsula Coastal Walk
Portsea & Sorrento to Blairgowrie
This cliff top walk takes in the Mornington Peninsula National Park, and the paths are maintained by Parks Victoria. Dogs are only permitted in the National Park at set times, so please check local signage. This is an unmade path. Click on the website link to download a copy of the trail map.
Lord Somers Rd, Somers
There are a series of walking tracks throughout the park which allow you to explore coastal woodlands, wetland areas, lagoons and the formal gardens which surround the homestead. The woodland walk includes magnificent views from the beach that overlook Western Port Bay and Philip Island.
Western Port Bay Trail
Somerville to Balnarring
This 26km trail follows Frankston Flinders Rd, travels through townships, alongside railway lines, by the coast and through woodlands. Click on the website link to download a copy of the trail map or learn more from Wikipedia.
Rail Trail – Walk
Red Hill to Merricks
This trail follows the alignment of the old railway line and passes through vineyards and grazing properties with spectacular views over Western Port. Some uphill sections and rough surfaces. Click on the website link to download a copy of the trail map.
Dromana to Sorrento
This trail follows the foreshore for 17km, winding through parklands and camping grounds. Visit the website link to download a trail map. Image is from http://bushwalkjournal.blogspot.com.au – tracks, trails and coasts near Melbourne.