Starting at Les Stone Park on Lawrence St, venture along side House Creek all the way to Willow Park before completing a circuit and returning to where you began. This peaceful and popular walk is an easy and enjoyable way to get out and about
A great spot to try your hand at fishing. Even better if you have young children as it offers a safe space to teach them the skills.
This play area is great. A safe space that lets the imagination run wild. Grab your eye patch and perch a bird on your shoulder and see what adventure you end up on
Avoid crossing this busy road by taking the optional path underneath the thoroughfare. Great low risk option for people walking with groups of children or animals.
If you are walking along this path, why not stop for a kick of football on the way. The oval is well manicured and is home to permanent AFL posts. A little friendly competition never hurt anyone...
The path is edged by beautiful trees almost the whole way along. Providing much needed shade in the warmer months and an excellent display of colour in Autumn, they are also home to many types of Bird
Someone has built and installed some unique bird houses in the trees here. They're dated and initialled. I'd love to know who did this!
There is a skate park here that is incredibly popular and it looks like bigger and better things are on their way!
For anyone wanting to spend some time at a netball court, these are tucked away at Martin Park and there is a gate from the walking track to the park