From the right hand end of the main car park this easy (but often windswept) track is great for an evening or winter walk to blow away the cobwebs. Follow the yellow markers and discover the local history of the area through information panels along the way. This track will take you across open pasture to the foreshore, where birds roost on the rocks and on small shelly beaches and gather food from the mud flats at low tide. There are plenty of lookout points along the way. Then return back to the car park.
Foreshore Walk details
What to expect
Short walks are suitable for most people including families with young children and some mountain buggies; however, please check the individual track descriptions for detail. All short walks are part of the path classification of tracks and are suitable for people of most ages, mobility and fitness.
Short walks will:
Have easy to moderate grades with all weather track surfaces.
Have a high level of signage with directional signs at the track entrance and all junctions.
Have permanent water courses culverted or bridged.
Short walks may:
Have seats and viewing platforms at areas of interest.
Have limited numbers of steps or areas of broken surface.
Theft from vehicles is not common but unfortunately can happen.
You should take the same reasonable precautions you take when parking at other locations and remember to lock your vehicle and take your valuables with you.