Depending on your interests and fitness, the trails can be used for walking and jogging. They are located throughout the park and can be accessed from major roads and carparks.
Summit Circuit Walk – 1.8km, 1 hour circuit
A great short walk suitable for most visitors, this loop guides visitors to major interest points including the Seawinds Gardens, Matthew Flinders Cairn, William Ricketts sculptures, lookouts and the Seawinds Nursery Volunteers Indigenous Garden. The formed track is moderately difficult with some steps.
Kings Waterfall Circuit Walk – 1km, 1 hour return
This short walk begins from the Kings Falls carpark on Waterfall Gully Road. Stroll past grass trees, through casuarina forest and into damp fern-lined gullies. View the waterfall which can be seen flowing during the wetter parts of the year. The formed track is moderately difficult with some steps and hills.
OT Dam Circuit Walk – 3km, 2 hours return
Best accessed from Arthurs Seat Road near Main Creek Road, this walk offers views of OT Dam. Located in a deep gully surrounded by native forest, it was originally constructed by the OT company to water their crops. Moderately difficult, formed track with hills.
TC McKeller Walk – 1km, 45 minutes circuit
This loop track starts from the Seawinds Gardens information shelter. The wide, shaded walking track showcases some of the best remnant vegetation in the park.
Two Bays Walking Trail – 26km, 8 to 10 hours one way
The Two Bays Walking Trail enables people to walk from the Dromana foreshore on Port Phillip to Bushrangers Bay near Cape Schanck. The full trail can be undertaken by experienced walkers over two days. Parts of the trail can be completed in smaller sections that intersect with roads. This formed track is moderately difficult, with some steps and hills.
Things to do in the area
Arthurs Seat Eagle
Mountain biking in Arthurs Seat State Park
Mornington Peninsula National Park
Point Nepean historic highlights
How to get there
Need to know
Visiting a park can be more of a challenge for people with disabilities, however in Victoria there are a wide range of facilities to help people of all abilities enjoy our wonderful parks around the state.
Seawinds Gardens, the Summit Station and the Base Station at Arthurs Seat State Park were assessed for accessibility in July 2021, providing information about the accessibility of these areas and photos.
Assistance dogs are welcome in Parks Victoria parks and reserves. Entry requirements apply for parks and reserves that are usually dog prohibited, such as national parks.