Our thirty-first walk begins right at the centre of the Burwood Village, at the corner of Burwood Highway (Toorak Road) and Warrigal Road (60 H6). This walk is approximately 6km. At the time of writing, […]
We begin our walk by going south down Warrigal Road on the western (city) side of the road, noting that the Burwood Neighbourhood House (The Bulletin’s distribution centre) is just across the road, in Church Street.
Our twenty-eighth walk begins where Part 1 finished in issue #155, on the corner of Burwood Highway and Elgar Road (Tram Stop 62), and will finish near Burwood Village. The reserves around Burwood have strong points of attraction, so choosing a favourite will be a challenge. I do hope that you enjoy the second part of this challenge. This walk is approximately 6km, and can be followed on Melway maps 60 and 61.
Our twenty-seventh walk begins and finishes at Burwood Village. The reserves around Burwood have strong points of attraction, so choosing a favourite will be a challenge. This walk is approximately 6km, and can be followed on Melway maps 60 and 61.
Our twenty-sixth walk begins at Stop 27 on the Route 75 tram (Melway 45 B10), and finishes at Stop 23 (2H J7). This tram runs through much of the Burwood Bulletin catchment area. Parking can be a challenge in this area, so it may be a good idea for drivers to catch the tram for part of the journey. The walk is about 5km (depending upon how much exploring you do), and “undulating”. Melway maps 45 and 2H cover the route. If you have binoculars, bring them along.
Our twenty-fifth walk begins at Glen Waverley Railway Station, and finishes at Mount Waverley Railway Station. Public transport users in Burwood Bulletin’s catchment area have a large number of options to reach this station. There is a large bus terminal just beside the station. The walk is about 6km (depending upon how much “exploring” you do), and is mainly level. Melway maps 71 and 70 cover the route. If you have binoculars, bring them along.
Our twenty-fourth walk begins at East Malvern Railway Station. For public transport users in Burwood, SmartBus 903 runs south along Warrigal Road on its journey to Mordialloc. After Ashwood, it descends into Holmesglen. Leave the bus here, go to Holmesglen station, taking a citybound train for just one station to East Malvern. The walk is about 7km, and mainly level. Melway maps 69 and 68 cover the route. Sections of the walk have no tree cover, so prepare accordingly. If you have binoculars, bring them along.