The Peninsula Link Trail is a 25 kilometre walking and cycling path built as part of the Peninsula Link freeway project.
It is a new three metre wide path, designed for shared use between walkers and cyclists and is an important addition to the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula walking and cycling networks.
Peninsula Link Trail route
The Peninsula Link Trail begins at Patterson River in Patterson Lakes, connecting to the existing gravel Dandenong Creek Trail (which in turn joins the EastLink Trail).
The path terminates in Moorooduc at the Mt Eliza Regional Park near the intersection of Moorooduc Highway and Eramosa Road West.
- New bridge over Thompson Road in Patterson Lakes
- View of the Seaford Wetlands
- New bridge over the Frankston Freeway
- Upgrading of the existing track along Maple Reserve
- Belvedere Bushland Reserve, home to the St Kilda Football Club training facility
- The Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve making use of existing tracks
- View of Centenary Park Golf Course
- New bridge over Peninsula Link, south of Cranbourne Road
- Link to the existing Baxter Trail, leading to central Frankston
- Improved access to Robinsons Park and Bayside Christian College
- Baxter township
- Link to the Moorooduc Station where the Mornington Tourist railway operates three Sundays of the month
- Improved access to Mt Eliza Regional Park.