Murray's Lookout


Murray's Lookout

Murray's Lookout, Arthurs Seat State Park is located on the Arthurs Seat Tourist Road and is the second lookout opportunity on this iconic Mornington Peninsula road.

Experience excellent views of Port Phillip Bay, highlighting the southern section of the shipping channel to Melbourne and the South Channel Fort. The views along the coast, stretch from Mt Martha, toward the beaches of Rosebud and extend further south along the coast to Point Nepean.

Inland views of the Southern Peninsula include the Tootgarook wetlands, the undulating coastal landscape and the rise of the eucalypts over Arthurs Seat.

A monument of Lieutenant John Murray, who named the mountain Arthurs Seat on the 15th February 1802, can be found on the lookout.

How to get there

Murray's Lookout

Need to know

Murray's Lookout

Warnings & Restrictions


Dogs are not allowed



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