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Frankston to Baxter Trail

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Phone: 1300 322 842

Description

This off-road ‘shared path’ provides a pleasant recreation experience through a bike ride or walk.

It follows the north and eastern side of the Stony Point Railway Line for most of its 7.5 kilometre route between the Frankston Waterfront and Golf Links Road. Its major attractions are rural landscapes, access to the Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve and a lack of traffic.

It also provides important links to the Frankston City centre, Monash University’s Peninsula Campus, Jubilee Park sporting complex, the existing Hastings Trail and ultimately the Mt Eliza Regional Park including the Moorooduc Quarry Flora and Fauna Reserve. All linkages along the route are suitably signed, generally providing markers indicating distances to certain destinations.

So grab your bike and give it a go. 

Download the Frankston to Baxter Trail map

 

 

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