Meadowood Reserves Loop

The  Meadowood Reserves loop walk follows a route  documented by Margaret Scrymgeour from her booklet “Explore the Shore”. The walk begins at Meadowood Community Centre – which has BBQ, picnic and playground facilities.

The walk loops in and out of Unsworth Reserve (where dogs were playing happily off leash), which has a storm water pond and a children’s playground. There are also lovely bush areas where today the birds were singing.

Description: Mostly level paths. Suitable for most ages and levels of fitness and mobility, designed with flat shoes or running shoes in mind. Suitable for pushchairs.
To see: Pond, stream, bush.
Time: approx. 50 minutes (about 4.0 kms).
Start: Meadowood Community Centre, corner Caribbean Drive and Meadowood Drive. MAP

Stay on track… Find this walk (AN-103 Meadowood Reserves Loop) and other walk brochures with map and directions at our Walk Store

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2 thoughts on “Meadowood Reserves Loop”

  1. Went looking for this walk. Enquired at Meadowood Community Centre as no bushy areas were visible nearby. They hadn’t heard of it. On the map, Unsworth Reserve is a long way away from the Meadowood Community Centre, but certainly looks bushy and attractive. Will go directly to Unsworth Reserve next time.

  2. Hi Robin,
    Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment.
    We decided to document our short circular walks to help locals and visitors discover walkways and reserves that are “hidden” away with no signage. We have published our circular routes in books and brochures (with a map and directions) – you can download individual brochures from Paypal for the small sum of $1.79 each.

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