3 trains per hour from Glasgow Central to Gourock.
Passenger ferries to Dunoon run about twice per hour (once per hour on Sundays) .
Car ferries to Dunoon run from McInroy's Point in Gourock up to 4 times per hour
Passenger Ferries connect Gourock with Kilcreggan (10 per day) .
- Granny Kempock (above Kempock Street). A megalithic stone. Local tradition states that walking 7 times around the stone brings good luck - particularly for sailors about to embark on long voyages, and couples about to tie the knot.
- Gourock Outdoor Swimming Pool, Albert Road, Gourock, ☎ +44 1475 631561. Open April to September. One of the last remaining outdoor pools in Scotland, this is a heated saltwater pool, overlooking the Firth of Clyde, with tremendous views of the Argyll hills across the water. Adults £2.90, OAPs £1.40, Children £2.40.
- Cafe Continental, Kempock St., Gourock, PA19 1ND, ☎ +44 1475 638693. Cosy place, handy for the train station and CalMac terminal. Great views across the Clyde.
- Cafe Flava, Kempock Street, Gourock. Great buzzing licensed coffee shop with good light lunches. Try the Loft upstairs for the view and ambience !
Caledonian MacBrayne and Western Ferries both offer car ferry services to Dunoon. The CalMac terminal is next to the railway station, while Western run from McInroys Point, a couple of miles to the west. SPT run a passenger-only ferry to Kilcreggan.