New on Pram Walks

  • Tamar Island

    New walks

    Tas – Launceston – Tamar Island
    Tamar Island is only 15min from Launceston’s CBD and is beside the Tamar river. An excellent Information Centre is located at the start of the walk. Follow the board walk to view  many different species of water loving birds and wrecked boats (once used for silt mitigation). There’s also a pontoon and an old shack. There are huge […]
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    New walks

    Qld – Gold Coast – Oxenford Lake Walk
    Lovely walking path right around Oxenford Lake. For more information click here   Thankyou Dannii for adding this walk
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  • Kilcunda Trestle Bridge

    New walks

    Vic – Kilcunda Rail Bridge – Bass Coast Rail Trail
    Kilcunda has some of the most stunning coastal views in Victoria. On a clear day, watch the waves roll in while you walk along the rail trail above the beach. Walk as far as you like before turning back – the compacted sand track is approx 16 km and stretches to Wonthaggi. Park in the […]
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  • Birdsland Reserve

    New walks

    Vic – Belgrave Heights – Birdsland Reserve
    Birdsland Reserve is ideal for a pram walk. Kids love this spot with wide open paths to practice walking for toddlers or older siblings on bikes. The blend of farmland and bushland give a sense of rural living close to the suburbs. There are ducks on the lakes and the creek is home to the […]
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  • Queens Park Bridge, Barwon River Trail

    New walks

    Vic – Geelong – Barwon River Walk
    The Barwon River Walk in Geelong is a circuit walk that takes in both sides of the vibrant Barwon River and passes though parklands and reserves. A great place to start is from the carpark of the Balyang Sanctuary where there is public toilets and picnic facilities. The walk is fully paved and mostly flat […]
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  • Summit Mount Martha with a pram

    New walks

    Vic – Mount Martha Park
    An opportunity to summit a mountain with a pram! Take the track at the end of the park and pass the summit of Mount Martha at 166m. Unfortunately if you blink you may miss the maker. This gentle walk is part of a quite confusing set of tracks but the park is small enough not […]
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