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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Gunnamatta to Cape Schank Walking Track

The Gunnamatta to Cape Schank Walking Track offers some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in the Mornington Peninsula National park.

Starting at the Gunnamatta Surf Beach, 90 km south of Melbourne, the track follows the beach line adjacent to sand-dunes, then swings inland.

It then ascends along a ridge, passing through bushland, eventually linking with the tracks leading to Fingal Beach and the Pines Picnic Ground, near the Cape Schank Lighthouse precinct.

I walked 6 km (return) of this Track on October 30, 2007, starting and finishing at the Gunnamatta Surf Beach.

I had previously walked the Cape Schank end of this track .

The photos of my trip are at Gunnamatta Walking Track

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