town in Victoria, Australia

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

Get inEdit

By carEdit

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 trainEdit

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 busEdit

The route 782 and 783 buses pass through Tyabb.

By planeEdit

Tyabb has an aerodrome, with flights by charter.

Get aroundEdit

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





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


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


There is only one motel in town, at the Tyabb airport.


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