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Edgars Creek Trail

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Edgars Creek Trail

Edgars Creek Trail
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Length 2.2km
Difficulty easy
Hills none
Hazards goat track section
Path 1/2 goat track, 1/2 concrete
Connecting Transport
Trains Thomastown station

The Edgars Creek Trail is a shared use path for cyclists and pedestrians in the suburb of Thomastown, an inner northern suburb of Melbourne, Victoria.[1][2][3]

It leads to the historic village of Westgarthtown.

Following the Path

The path is signed on the Western Ring Road Trail. Leaving the Western Ring Road Trail the trail immediately degenerates into a goat track beside the creek. On the north side of Spring St a private property blocks the path. Further to the north and about 1 km later, it returns to a decent concrete path.


Dead end in the north at German Lane. Western Ring Road Trail in the south.

North end at . South end at .


  1. ^ VicRoads - Bicycle Facilities Map
  2. ^ Melbourne and Geelong's shared paths in Google Maps
  3. ^ Melbourne and Geelong's shared paths in Google Earth
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