- Walking: Easy
- Cycling: Easy
Time: 1.5 hours
Parking: Carparks at 17a Howrah Road, 47a Tranmere Road or Pindos Park in Tranmere
Dogs: On lead
The first kilometre is on footpaths and local streets. Follow Howrah Road past Howrah Court where the Tranmere Road junction bends to the left. Continue straight along Howrah Road until the end and turn left into Corinth Street. Turn right into Tranmere Road and follow the footpath for 200m and turn right onto a track leading down to the foreshore. This entrance is an alternative starting point.
Follow the narrow gravel track along the foreshore., There are interesting coastal features and uninterrupted views of the Derwent and western shore. At bus stop 43, the trail runs adjacent to Tranmere Road until it reaches Pindos Park.
Warning: The foreshore track has a narrow, uneven gravel surface between Cleve Court and bus stop 43.
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):