The EastLink Trail for cyclists, runners and pedestrians winds its way through the Mullum Mullum valley, heading south to connect with the Dandenong Creek Trail before crossing Greens Road in Melbourne's south-east.
The Dandenong Creek Trail leads directly to Port Phillip Bay at Carrum / Bonbeach.
Along its length, the EastLink Trail connects with many other trails, open spaces, parks and reserves.
A number of creatively designed bridges make it easy and safe for cyclists, runners and pedestrians to cross from one side of EastLink to the other.
Tips for cyclists:
Parts of the EastLink Trail are steep through the Mullum Mullum valley.
Be alert. Look out for hazards.
Always ride to the conditions.
Take extra care on bridges and downhill slopes.
Download a map of the EastLink Trail:
EastLink Trail Map (PDF 271.8 Kb)
EastLink Trail Detailed Map (PDF 7.9 Mb)
❊ Web Links ❊
→ EastLink Trail
❊ Also See... ❊
→ EastLink | Peninsula Link
→ Victorian Bike Trails
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