This section of pathway is on the edge of the Moreton Bay Marine National Park. Although no fishing, crabbing, or shellfish collection may be undertaken here, dogs who are kept on the leash are welcome.
This section of pathway begins at the corner of Pt Halloran Road and Orana Esplanade. There is ample on-street parking here. Although cars aren't able to follow this pathway without interruption by parks, pedestrians and cyclists are able to follow the path right the way down to the Victoria Point Ferry Terminal from which ferries cross over to Coochiemudlo Island. The parklands alongside the path have facilities such as water fountains, benches, and doggy poop bag dispensers.
There are also a number of access points to the sandy beaches along the route including stairs and ramps some of which are suitable for launching kayaks from at high tide. The beaches are beautiful, and mostly shallow, although it is worth keeping in mind that there are no surf lifesavers along this route. Although high tides tend to swallow these beaches temporarily, at low tide it is possible to walk out quite some distance looking at crabs, shells, and the like. Tide times for Victoria Point can be checked here to help plan your trip.
Steps down to the ocean or a sandy beach, depending on the tide
There are a number of beautiful shade trees that children can play amongst, and some suitable for climbing, along the route which is flat and easy to follow. As always on the edge of Moreton Bay, insect repellant is recommended along with sunscreen and hats.
There are a number of beautiful shade trees that children can play amongst