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Tyabb is a suburb south of Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

Two main roads lead to and pass through Tyabb; Mornington-Tyabb road and Frankston-Flinders road, Mornington-Tyabb road runs East-West and Frankston-Flinders Rd run North-South.

From Melbourne it is about a 60 minute drive via the Frankston-Freeway, followed by the Moorooduc Highway, then Mornington-Tyabb road (which crosses the Moorooduc Highway).

By train[edit]

Tyabb is serviced by the Stony Point train line. Trains depart from Frankston/Stony Point (where the service terminates). Trains can be changed in Frankston for trains to Melbourne.

By bus[edit]

The route 782 [1] and 783 [2] buses pass through Tyabb.

By plane[edit]

Tyabb has an aerodrome [3], with flights by charter.

Get around[edit]

Tyabb is a very small town with most of the main businesses being within a 10 minute walking distance.




  • Tyabb Packing House Antiques [4] - 14 Mornington-Tyabb Road Tyabb, Phone: +61 3 5977 4414. One of the largest antiques complexes in Australia, it's a huge. Open Thursday - Sunday and public holidays.


  • La Lupa Pizza, 1558 Frankston-Flinders Rd., [5].  edit
  • There is one bakery in Tyabb.
  • There is one fish and chip shop in Tyabb.


Tyabb currently has one dedicated liquor shop and supermarket/liquor shop.


Only one motel in town, at the Tyabb airport.


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