There are three main routes from Melbourne to RACV Cape Schanck Resort. The most direct route is along the Monash Freeway, taking the EastLink turn-off to Frankston, then merging with the Mornington Peninsula Freeway to Rosebud. Turn left at Boneo Road. The resort entrance is about 10 minutes away.
An option which showcases the beauty of the landscape is taking the Nepean Highway to Mornington and then continuing to the Esplanade, following the coast to Boneo Road, where you turn left and head to the resort.
Alternatively take a detour off the Mornington Peninsula Freeway through Red Hill and Flinders, from where you follow Boneo Road to Cape Schanck.
Transport from Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport has never been so easy with the SkyBus running a fast, frequent and affordable airport transfer seven days a week.
With stops in Mornington Peninsula, Rosebud and Dromana it's simple to alight from each of the three stops and take a scenic drive in a taxi or Uber to RACV Cape Schanck Resort.
Take the Frankston train line to Frankston from the Melbourne CBD. From Frankston embark the 788 Portsea bus to Adams Avenue, Rosebud. We would then recommend opting for comfort by taking a taxi or booking an Uber from the bus stop to the resort.
Searoad Ferries, Australia's favourite car and passenger ferry, connects the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas and is a great alternative to the drive through the city, on toll roads and through city traffic. Two all weather ferries depart on the hour, every hour between 7am - 6pm from Sorrento Pier and Queenscliff Harbour.
See dolphins, spectacular coastline and big ships as you breathe incredibly fresh air. Enjoy comfortable lounges, onboard café, wi-fi and a children's play area.
For more information on pricing and timetables visit the SeaRoad Ferries website.