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Bayside walks

Walking in Bayside is an inexpensive, relaxing and enjoyable way to stay fit and healthy. It's also a great way to discover the beauty of Bayside and learn more about our heritage.

The 9 Bayside walks are interesting and leisurely walks through the streets, parks and suburbs. They are designed for people of all ages and levels of fitness.

Each trail provides a suggested route, estimated time and distance, information about accessibility, and locations of public services and places of interest.

When you finish these walks, we encourage you to create your own routes together with your friends or join a local walking group.

The Bayside walks are available as an immersive audio tour on our free Walks and Trails smartphone app. You can download the app on iTunesGoogle Play or Microsoft Store. You can also download the Bayside Walks map (PDF, 851.35KB).

Bayside walks

Kamesburgh Walk, Brighton

Starting on on Martin Road, the Kamesburgh Walk is 2.2 kilometres long with a walking time of 40 minutes. The trail path is mostly flat with gentle undulations.

Download the Kamesburgh Walk trail map (PDF, 96.29KB)

Landcox Walk, Brighton East

Starting at Landcox Park, the Landcox Walk is 4 kilometres long with a walking time of 1 hour. The trail path is moderate in terms of difficulty as there are some hilly sections.

Download the  Landcox Park trail map (PDF, 103.83KB)

Castlefield Walk, Hampton

Starting at the Hampton Community Centre, the Castlefield Walk is 4 kilometres long with a walking time of 1 hour. The trail path is moderate in terms of difficulty.

Download the Castlefield Walk trail map (PDF, 99.63KB)

A Taste of Brighton Walk

Starting at the historic Brighton Town Hall on Wilson Street, the Taste of Brighton Walk is 2.3 kilometres long with a walking time of 1 hour. The trail path is mostly flat with a couple of small hills.

Download the A Taste of Brighton trail map (PDF, 104.86KB)

Battle of Trafalgar Walk, Sandringham

Starting at the Sandringham Railway Station on Station Street, the Battle of Trafalgar Walk is 3.7 kilometres long with a walking time of 1 hour. The trail path is moderate in terms of difficulty and there are some hilly sections.

Download the Battle of Trafalgar trail map (PDF, 107.15KB)

Heathland Walk, Sandringham

Starting at Tulip Street, the Heathland Walk is 2.8 kilometres long with a walking time of 50 minutes. The trail path is moderate to hard in terms of difficulty.

Download the Heathland Walk trail map (PDF, 125.78KB)

Golf Links Lane Walk, Black Rock and Cheltenham

Starting at Tjilatjirrin Reserve, the Golf Links Lane Walk is 4.3 kilometres long with a walking time of 1 hour. The trail path is moderate in terms of difficulty.

Download the Golf Links Lane Walk trail map (PDF, 96.76KB)

Whispers and Vistas Walk, Cheltenham

Starting at Cheltenham Park, the Whispers and Vistas Walk is 3 kilometres long with a walking time of 40 minutes. The trail path varies between easy and hard in terms of difficulty.

Download the Whispers and Vistas trail map (PDF, 105.80KB)

Moysey Walk, Beaumaris

Starting at the Beaumaris Community Centre, the Moysey Walk is 3.9 kilometres long with a walking time of 1 hour. The trail path is moderate in terms of difficulty and there are some hilly sections.

Download the Moysey Walk trail map (PDF, 92.15KB)