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Roy Clements Treeway Path

Walking time 45 mins

Walking steps 4550 steps

Distance 3.5 km

Starts at 37 Alberton Avenue, Mt Albert

Get directions on Google Maps

About the path

Enjoy a walk along residential streets and through an urban oasis of regenerating bush.

The bush area was established about 30 years ago through the leadership of Roy Clements.

The Meola Creek winds through the bush. It was established through ongoing volunteering effort from locals.

The path has three entrances:

  1. from the north end off Alberton Avenue
  2. from part way along the retail area (off Wagner Place opposite St Lukes shopping Centre)
  3. from the south from Fergusson Avenue or Hazelmere Road in Sandringham.
The walk is flat on boardwalk through the bush. It follows a stream and the edge of the Mount Albert Grammar school boundary.

The large green space at Kerr Taylor Park would be excellent for a game of football or a picnic on a sunny day.

You can also follow the footpath around and take the kids for a swim at the Mt Albert Aquatic Centre.

Facilities

  • Sports field
  • Swimming pool

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