- Walking: Easy
- Cycling: Easy
Time: 1 hour and 10 minutes walk one way
Parking: DeBomford Lane, Geilston Bay and Simmons Park, Lindisfarne
Dogs: On lead
This is a pretty coastal track overlooking the yachts in Geilston Bay. There are views across the river to Selfs Pint and Mt Wellington. A playground and good quality cycleway at Geilston Bay Regional Park is suitable for younger children learning to ride. The 400m gravel coastal path along the shoreline was hand-built using drystone construction and during high tide, the water laps the edge of the track. The remainder of the track is a bitumen pathway that follows the coast to Talune Street, then along the widened footpath to ANZAC Park. Finish at Simmons Park in Lindisfarne where there is a playground and toilets.
Warning: The first section of track from Geilston Bay Regional Park is narrow and rocky and sections may be inundated during extremely high tides. Novice bike riders should walk their bikes through this section or detour along Musgrove Road and Derwent Avenue.
About the Clarence Foreshore Trail
The Clarence Foreshore Trail is a multi-user pathway following the shores of the Derwent River. It offers a diverse range of scenery, from picturesque bays filled with moored yachts to she-oak forest and parkland. There are playgrounds, beaches and points of interest along the trail. The quality of the path varies from wide concrete to narrow gravel sections.
The total length of the trail is 14.5km between Geilston Bay and Howrah but it can be broken into shorter sections (click on the links to read more about these sections):
- Geilston Bay to Lindisfarne (included on this page)
- Lindisfarne to Montagu Bay
- Montagu Bay to Kangaroo Bay
- Kangaroo Bay to Bellerive Beach
- Bellerive Beach to Howrah
- Howrah to Tranmere