Yanha Gurtji Shared Path Network
The shared pathway network winds its way from the north of Shepparton, at Water's Reserve, south along the Goulburn River to the centre of the City, and branches west to Mooroopna and south to Kialla Lakes.
The pathways run through areas of natural beauty, including forest and river environs, and is connected in places by on road access links.
A brochure is available that provides details of the many highlights that can be viewed along the pathway.
The highlights of the network include:
Victoria Park Lake/SPC Ardmona KidsTown Trail Connection
The shared pathway, via a spectacular suspension bridge, directly links two of Greater Shepparton's most popular passive recreation areas.
The bridge is a bright and colourful landmark that allows users of the pathway to move from the Victoria Park Lake precinct to one of Australia's largest outdoor playgrounds, SPC Ardmona KidsTown.
All Abilities Playground
Located adjacent to Aquamoves, this fully fenced all abilities playground features swings, concord net, sand play area, slides, climbing walls, etc. There is full wheelchair access to this free playground and it is open from dawn to dusk. Public toilets on-site.
SPC Ardmona KidsTown
A gold coin donation gives the family entry to this wonderful adventure playground that is sure to delight children of every age.
Stop a while, enjoy a snack under the trees, or make use of the on-site BBQ facilities.
S-Cape Skate Park
The regional skate park in the Victoria Park Lake precinct provides an exhilarating recreational option for young people.
It is centrally located adjacent to Victoria Park Lake on one side and the John Pick Playground on the other, giving parents and guardians a place to relax and share in the fun and excitement.
x-abition Skate Park
Located on McLennan Street, Mooroopna near Ferrari Park, this skate park offers a wide variety of challenges and is suitable for BMX, roller blades, skateboards and scooters.
Greater Shepparton Bicycle Paths
Greater Shepparton has been actively developing its bicycle facilities with over 30km of on-street bicycle lanes and over 30km of off-road shared paths. A project steering committee was formed to improve the continuity, safety and accessibility of cycling and to improve linkages to key destinations within major towns. Learn more about Cycling in Shepparton.
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