MORNINGTON PENINSULA 2024 ROUTE MAP
Explore the Mornington Peninsula by joining the:
Twilight 20km - From Sorrento to Point Nepean
Thrilling 30km - From Point Nepean to Point Nepean.
Fabulous 50km - From Cape Schanck to Point Nepean.
The finer details...
Only an hour from Melbourne’s CBD, the Mornington Peninsula is a coveted holiday destination, taking you away from the hustle and bustle and into a picturesque seaside paradise. Visit the Mornington Peninsula just for Event Day or make it an active weekend away, enjoying Sorrento’s fabulous restaurants, beaches and amenities. Either way, you’re never too far from the heart of Melbourne.
All our Coastrek routes are meticulously selected to give you the most epic adventure. Breathtaking views and natural landscapes are in, busy roads and concrete jungles are out!
We always put the coast in Coastrek, and our Mornington Peninsula location is famous for it. The Mornington route includes all the best bits of this nature-lovers playground.
In 2024, you'll be walking from Cape Schanck Lighthouse (50km), Point Nepean (30km) or Sorrento Front Beach (20km) to Point Nepean, experiencing the craggy, dramatic cliffs, wild oceans, soft sand beaches and secluded bays of this glorious natural wonderland.
To access the Mornington Peninsula route map, download the route on your phone via Google Maps or the MAPS.ME app. Don't forget to update it just before Event Day to ensure you have the most up-to-date map. If you like it old school, we've got an epic hard copy map book that will include detailed track notes, elevation profiles and more!
Online - Access Coastrek's Mornington Peninsula Route Map
Download either the MAPS.ME app or Google Maps. MAPS.ME shows your current location along the route without using mobile data.
Click here for instructions on how to use the MAPS.ME app
Hard copy - Coastrek's Mornington Peninsula Map Book
Please note: All Coastrek routes are subject to change. We attempt, at all times, to adhere to the advised route. As we are immersed in nature, however, there may sometimes be circumstances beyond our control (tides, fallen trees/branches, other safety aspects as advised by local councils) that require us to slightly alter the route. In any such cases these will be clearly marked and identified on event day.
If there is a government directive that disrupts your proposed Coastrek route on Event Day, you will get to choose your own route, based on your local area, with all the support and assistance you need. We will give you some inspiration by suggesting routes we know and love in your area.