The Mornington Peninsula is located southeast of Melbourne, Australia. Here are some general directions:
From Melbourne CBD by Car
Mornington Peninsula is approximately an hour’s drive south-east of Melbourne. You’d generally take the M1 from Melbourne, then the Eastlink tollway, then continue onto the Mornington Peninsula Freeway. This may change depending on your specific destination in the peninsula.
From Melbourne by Public Transport
You can also use public transport to reach the Mornington Peninsula. The Metro train service runs from Melbourne to Frankston, with connecting bus services to various points on the peninsula. The Peninsula Express shuttle service also operates from the airport.
From Melbourne Airport
If you’re arriving from Melbourne Airport, you can rent a car and take the Tullamarine Freeway to the city, then follow the directions from Melbourne CBD. Alternatively, there are shuttle services that can take you to the Mornington Peninsula directly from the airport.
From Other Australian Cities
If you’re coming from a different Australian city, you could fly into Melbourne Airport and then follow the instructions from there. Or, depending on distance and your preferences, you might choose to drive or take a train or bus.
Remember to use a GPS or online mapping service for more specific directions based on your starting location.