Getting here

Overseas competitors

International visitors SUP and transport available The nearest international airport is Melbourne Airport . You will find loads of information including information of direct flights, hotel and car hire at their web site  –

Overseas competitors coming to Melbourne can hire a car at the airport and then drive via CityLink/EastLink/PenLink direct to the Mornington Peninsula.  You will however need to purchase a pass to travel on the CityLink and EastLink freeways – the Peninsula Link is toll free.

If you need transport from the airport or would don’t want to travel with you boards and wold like to borrow some boards let us know and we’ll arrange to pick you up and bring you to the Peninsula.

Interstate competitors

For interstate competitors who are driving, the Mornington Peninsula is easily accessible if coming through Melbourne and using the CityLink/EastLink tollways and PenLink freeway.  You will need to purchase a pass to travel on the CityLink and EastLink freeways – the Peninsula Link is toll free.

Intrastate competitors

For competitors from Western Victoria, the Surf Coast and South Australia – Searoad Ferries are again offering special rates for competitors crossing from Queenscliff to Sorrento.

Melbourne competitors

the Mornington Peninsula is easily accessible if coming through Melbourne and using the CityLink/EastLink tollways and PenLink freeway.  You will need to purchase a pass to travel on the CityLink and EastLink freeways – the Peninsula Link is toll free.

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