Commencing at Kanes Bridge near the Studley Park Boathouse Picnic Area and winding around the great Yarra, past Dights Falls, up over a nice lookout point, looping back down. This walk has been created by People Outside Walking who provide accompanied walking services in and around Melbourne.
This suspension footbridge was built in 1928 to link Kew and the public golf course, at a cost of 250. It was destroyed in the floods of 1934 but rebuilt in its original style.
One of the great things about this walk is the view of our mighty Yarra River.
Dights Falls are just downstream from the junction of Merri Creek and the Yarra River. The river narrows and is constricted over 800,000 year old volcanic rock.
All around this area there are great opportunities to see native plants, flowers and birds
Along this section there are some great urban graffiti artworks
Here is a great spot for a view of the Yarra and across the park