Travel & Directions
Dunoon is accessible by both land and sea routes.
The town lies near the southern end of the A815 road. At its northernmost point, near Cairndow, this road joins the A83 and provides access to the town by road from Loch Lomond, Glasgow, Campbeltown, Oban and Inveraray.
There are two ferry operators who provide a frequent service from Gourock to Dunoon.
- Western Ferries carries motor vehicles and passengers. They ply the McInroy’s Point-to-Hunters Quay route.
- Western Ferry Service
- Argyll Ferries, runs a passenger only service from Gourock pier to Dunoon breakwater. At Gourock Pier, a First ScotRail train service provides access to the national rail network via the Inverclyde Line.
- .Argyll Ferry Service
Public transport within Dunoon and the surrounding area is provided by West Coast Motors & McGill’s Bus Services
The West Coast Motors 486 service provides a regular return journey from Dunoon town centre to Inveraray, where it connects with a Scottish Citylink service onward to Campbeltown and Oban.
McGill’s Bus Services operate service 907, a frequent coach service from Dunoon to Glasgow Buchanan Street Bus Station. The service travels aboard the Western Ferries crossing and operates via Greenock and Braehead
You can use the following address with your Sat Nav.
51 Alexandra Parade