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Urban Walks in SE Melbourne

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by Dayna Chu (subscribe)
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Published March 7th 2023
Take an urban walk on the wild side
Here are ten urban walks you can take in the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne:

St Kilda Foreshore: Take a stroll along the iconic St Kilda Foreshore and enjoy the views of the bay, the marina, and the famous Luna Park.

Yarra River Trail: Follow the Yarra River Trail from Southbank to Studley Park and enjoy the river views and the beautiful parkland along the way.

Brighton Beach to Sandringham: Walk along the beach from Brighton to Sandringham and take in the stunning views of Port Phillip Bay.

Elwood Canal: Follow the Elwood Canal from the bay to the Elsternwick Golf Course and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere and the wildlife.

Gardiners Creek Trail: Walk or bike along the Gardiners Creek Trail from Burwood to the Yarra River and enjoy the scenic parkland and the beautiful bridges.

Camberwell to Box Hill: Walk along the historic Burke Road from Camberwell to Box Hill and explore the charming streets and the shops and cafes along the way.
Box Hill: Photo by Andrew on Unsplash

Dandenong Creek Trail: Follow the Dandenong Creek Trail from Wantirna to Heathmont and enjoy the scenic parkland and the beautiful bridges.
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Kids like urban walks too! Photo by author.

Caulfield to Carnegie: Walk along the vibrant Koornang Road from Caulfield to Carnegie and explore the multicultural shops, restaurants, and cafes.

Brighton to Black Rock: Walk along the beach from Brighton to Black Rock and enjoy the stunning views of the bay and the sandstone cliffs.

Glen Iris to Ashburton: Walk along the historic High Street from Glen Iris to Ashburton and explore the beautiful streetscape and the parks along the way.

What are some of your favourite urban walks? Let us know what we're missing in the comments.
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I live in the Dandenong Ranges. Plenty of great walks up there and very beautiful.
by chrys (score: 2|116) 15 days ago
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