This is a wonderful walk to do everyday and it has lots of lunch spots for different days of the week. The walk start at either New Quay or Victoria Harbour Promenades.
This walk starts at the corner of Cumberland Street and Victor Harbor Promenade. It has everything including fabulous views, some public art, fresh air, drinking water, lots of seats or grassy spots to sit and eat your lunch. If you do this walk everyday you will get the recommended dose of daily physical activity (30 minutes for adults), you'll feel great and be refreshed for the rest of the working day. With very wide paths, it is also a good route for walking meetings!
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A great place to start, if you are going to do a brisk walk, you might want to time yourself to see how fast you go for the next time you do the walk.
Why not stop and smell the roses? Great water side view on this lawn area makes a pleasant lunch spot.
There are quite a few seats or benches along this stretch if you need to take some notes on your walking meeting.
A favourite leg of the walk with many other people out on a lunchtime walk. Time to talk, think or simply turn off and get some exercise.
Anyone for Table Tennis? Bring a work colleague, some table tennis bats and balls and have some fun!
Cow up a tree by John Kelly is a wonderful public sculpture. Look up every time you walk past and see if it makes you smile.
Another interesting spot to stop for lunch. Sit on the lawn or bench look at the artworks and enjoy the view.
'Silence' by Adrian Mauriks is a fibreglass sculpture along New Quay Promenade. It's nearly time to turn around. Why not pick up the pace a little and get the blood pumping?
Always nice to look back at where you started, or where you are going!