The Peninsula Link Trail is a 25 kilometre walking and cycling path. Start from the Mt. Eliza Regional Park. Here you will find a great place for a picnic or a play before and/or after your walk. There are well maintained grass areas for toddlers to run, walk or wobble and babies to roll on a blanket.
Walk as far as you like on the Peninsula Link Trail – it finishes at Patterson River in Patterson Lakes. The Peninsula Link Trail connects to the existing gravel Dandenong Creek Trail (which in turn joins the EastLink Trail). You could walk forever!
The new three metre wide Peninsula Link Trail is designed for shared use between walkers and cyclists. Access points along the trail include: Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve , The Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve, Seaford Wetlands and Patterson River. Click ‘Bike’ on the map below to see the direction of the Peninsula Link Trail.
Click HERE for an interactive map.