3 Mile Creek Share Path

Appin St

3 Mile Creek Share Path

Appin St

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26 m
km
Very Easy

The path is 1.7 kilometres long and links to schools, child and aged care, golf courses and the Waldara area. A very pleasant area to stretch your legs or take your pooch for a walk.

3 Mile Creek Share Path

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The path is 1.7 kilometres long and links to schools, child and aged care, golf courses and the Waldara area. A very pleasant area to stretch your legs or take your pooch for a walk.

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The Rural City of Wangaratta has a network of shared walking and cycling paths throughout the city.

Three Mile Creek flows through the western part of Wangaratta.

The path is 1.7 kilometres long and links to schools, child and aged care, golf courses and the Waldara area.

Access the Three Mile Creek path via the One Mile Creek shared path or from the north end of Appin Street where the One Mile and Three Mile Creek tracks join.

Either head over the bridge to the western bank at Edwards Street (which links via College Street to North Beaches) where you can head further afield to discover the Warby Ovens National Park or follow the track to Williams Road.

The creek waters usually flow except in very dry summers. Nature reserves and revegetation work along the creek support many water and tree dwelling birds. Look out for frogs and reptiles and you may be lucky enough to spot a platypus.

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Points of Interest

1. Begining of Path at Appin St

The path is a good quailty suitable for walking and cycling. An area of bushland in middle of housing estates.

2. Choice of path

Here you can continue ahead to Yarrawonga Rd or left to Williams Rd

3. View of the Three Mile Creek

View of the three mile creek makes you feel like you're in the bush.

4. Bridge to Arlington Estate

From the Bridge you can view the three mile creek.

5. Three Mile Creek from Bridge

A great view from the Arlington Estate Bridge looking towards Williams Rd.

6. Gums Trees

At this point of the path you get the feeling of truely walking in the bush with the Gum Trees ahead and the three mile creek on the right hand side.

7. Chick Reserve Three Mile Creek Path

The end of the Path at Williams Rd.


Features

Pram friendly Pram friendly
Nature trail Nature trail
Lake, creek, river Lake, creek, river