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Albany Village Path - Children’s playground at path start on Kell Park
Albany Village Path - Path leading down to viewing platform – note there are a few steps
Albany Village Path - Great views over Lucas Creek
Albany Village Path - Follow the bridge over Lucas Creek
Albany Village Path - Concrete path running through The Landing Reserve
Albany Village Path - Path through The Landing Reserve
Albany Village Path - Small basketball court along the way
Albany Village Path - Path alongside Albany Highway.
Albany Village Path - Path down Wharf Road
Albany Village Path - Path is now grass until it connects back up to the original concrete path
Albany Village Path - A pleasant walk next to Lucas Creek
Albany Village Path - There are some short undulations
Albany Village Path - Connecting back up to The Landing path
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Starts at 6 Kell Drive, Albany
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A pleasant stroll connecting Albany village with Lucas Creek and local scenic reserves.
Start your walk outside the Albany Village Library. Enter Kell Park, where you'll find a small children's playground and flying fox.
Head down the steps and discover the viewing platform overlooking native bush and Lucas Creek. Cross the bridge over the creek and stroll through the reserve past the basketball court, until you reach Albany Highway.
Follow the separated walking path on Albany Highway for a short distance, then turn right into Wharf Road. At the end of Wharf Road, turn right and walk along the grass path along the Albany Creek Esplanade Reserve. If the grass is muddy, use the alternative route of Landing Drive.
The esplanade pathway connects up to the concrete path through The Landing Reserve, and back to Albany village. The Landing Reserve offers an off-leash dog exercise area.
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