Not far into the walk, you will encounter Castle Hill Reserve on the corner of Savanna Drive. This elevated reserve has a castle-themed playground, lots of grassy play areas and an undercover BBQ facility. Although it is early into your walk, if you have young ones with you, it is definitely worth a small diversion. You could say it is the high point of the walk.
Partridge Way is 1.8 km in length and ends at a roundabout and continues on as Kirkford Drive, which then turns south to join up to Partridge Way. You have then walked all four cardinal points of the compass.
Garden ornaments are becoming popular, although I have yet to see a garden gnome. A Buddha figure was sitting quietly in one garden holding an array of flowers, giving a peaceful feeling as one passed.