Designed For Adventure: 6 Walking Trails Near Broadstead Kilmore

Designed For Adventure: 6 Walking Trails Near Broadstead Kilmore

The parks and trails surrounding Broadstead provide an abundance of open green spaces and extend an open-ended invitation to stay fit, healthy, and connected. 

Additionally, the community has walking paths to encourage a safe, pedestrian-friendly environment. Broadstead is also located near several scenic trails that make achieving your daily step count even more enjoyable.

Broadstead’s Network of Walking Paths

The Broadstead masterplan is designed to cater to an active lifestyle that encourages people to embrace nature while walking, running, or cycling around the community. With over eleven hectares of landscaped green spaces, residents can enjoy a walking path next to the waterway that stretches from Tootle Street to the future sporting ovals and P-6 school next door. All the homes are situated within easy reach of green spaces that are perfect for roaming and playing. 

In addition to that, Broadstead has plans to include a 0.7-hectare community park that provides ample space for residents to come together and engage in various activities.

Monument Hill Reserve

A short drive from Broadstead, Monument Hill Reserve provides habitat for many native animals. Filled with eucalyptus trees, golden wattle, native grasses and wildflowers, the reserve is a fantastic destination for picnics, bushwalking, horse riding, birdwatching and sightseeing. 

Hudson Park

Located next to Sydney Street shops, Hudson Park is a thriving and beautiful parkland for locals. This outdoor hub is a great place to meet friends for a BBQ, take the kids to play or check out the Kilmore Skate Park. Fully fenced with plenty of shaded seating and tables, the park is close to shops and dogs are permitted, provided they are on a leash.

Kilmore Creek Heritage Art Walk

A gentle walk that celebrates the Kilmore’s history as the oldest inland township in Victoria, the Heritage Art Walk features a series of artistdesigned panels and sculptures about its past. Divided into three sections, the third stage includes a student garden with native plantings.

Goulburn River Trail

The multi-purpose trail starts at The Winery Kitchen and meanders through natural bushland and along the banks of the Goulburn River. With

plenty of picnic spots to stop and enjoy the scenery, native birds can frequently be seen and heard along the four-kilometre loop trail.

 Taylor’s Creek Walking Track

This popular walking track runs from near Watergardens to the Maribyrnong River at Brimbank Park. Home to an indigenous plant

garden with interpretative signage and a host of stately river gums, it includes a playground located on the track at Lisa Place.

With an extensive selection of parks, walking paths and trails nearby, life at Broadstead provides residents with easy access to picturesque spots, and endless opportunities to embrace an active and nature-filled life.

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