Inverloch Walking Trails

Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or just looking for a leisurely stroll, there are two main walking trails in Inverloch that you won’t want to miss.

The first trail is the Inverloch Foreshore Walking Track, which runs along the coastline and offers spectacular views of the ocean. This 5.5-kilometer trail starts at the Surf Life Saving Club and winds its way past the stunning beaches of Anderson Inlet, providing opportunities for bird watching and admiring the local flora and fauna. The trail is flat and well-maintained, making it accessible for all ages and fitness levels.

The second trail is the Screw Creek Nature Walk, a 6-kilometer loop that takes you through the beautiful wetlands of Inverloch. This trail is a great option for nature lovers and bird watchers, as it provides an opportunity to spot some of the local wildlife, including pelicans, swans, and egrets. The walk also offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside and the chance to learn about the history of the area from informative signage along the trail.

Both walking trails in Inverloch offer visitors the opportunity to experience the natural beauty of the region and enjoy a relaxing outdoor adventure.

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Foreshore Walking Track

The Inverloch Foreshore Walking Track offers something for everyone in the family to enjoy. As you walk along the shared pathway, you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of Andersons Inlet and Point Smythe. If you need a break, there are plenty of cafes and shops nearby to grab a refreshment. Kids will be delighted to find that the pathway runs through Rainbow Park, where they can enjoy the playground and picnic/BBQ area.

Don’t forget to bring your swimming gear, as you can access the beach from various points along the walk. The starting and finishing point is at Cuttriss St, near the Big 4 Holiday Park. The walk is a 5km round trip, which takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete. The trail is classified as a Level 2 grade, meaning it’s suitable for most fitness levels. Don’t miss out on this fantastic walking track located at Rainbow Park, Inverloch.

Screw Creek Nature Walk

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Screw Creek as you stroll along the boardwalk that meanders through the thriving salt marshes and mangroves. When you reach the Townsend Bluff lookout, you can gain some elevation and take in the stunning views of Anderson Inlet. If the tide is low, you can walk on the sand all the way back while admiring the breathtaking scenery. Keep an eye out for the synchronized dance of the tiny mud crabs along the way, which is sure to fascinate both kids and adults alike.

The Screw Creek walk is located in Inverloch and spans a distance of 1.5km one way. The walk takes approximately 40 minutes to complete and is graded as a Level 2, making it suitable for most fitness levels. The walk starts and finishes at the Inverloch Foreshore Camping Reserve car park. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to experience the natural beauty of Screw Creek on your next visit to Inverloch.

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