Williamstown

3.7/5 rating (3 votes)
  • Walk Length: 4 km
  • Walk duration: 1.5 hours
  • Walk Grade: Gentle Pusher/Wheelchair
  • Walk Style: One Way
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Williamstown

Walk Summary

Walk Category:  Short

Getting There:  Car, Train, Ferry

Walk Area:  Melbourne - West

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  15 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes

Walk Details Collated:  2009

Walk Details Provided By:  Bushwalking Victoria

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Getting There

Melway maps:  56 B10 start; 56 E11 finish.

Car parking:  Street parking is ticketed but there is free parking at weekends on the corner of Nelson Place and Kanowna Street.

Public transport:  Werribee train line to Williamstown Beach, changing trains at Newport. Alternatively, a ferry service operates from Southgate (City) to Gem Pier and the Visitor Centre.

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Further Information

Visitor Centre:  Open 9-5pm daily; ph 03 9932 4310, www.visithobsonsbay.com.au; excellent self-guided walk maps available, including Waterfront Williamstown, Community Williamstown and Seaside Williamstown.

Dogs:  Some leash-free areas otherwise dogs permitted on leash.

Facilities:  There are seats in the parks; water and toilets at Williamstown Beach area, Fort Gellibrand Reserve, the Visitor Centre/Gem Pier and at Newport Station);  barbecues; children's playgrounds; kiosks (Williamstown Beach area); and cafes around Nelson Place.

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