Orchard Stream Walkway

Orchard Stream Walkway

 

Orchard Stream Walkway follows Orchard Stream through Stoke. Beginning at the Railway Reserve Pathway, adjacent to Byron Place, the sealed walkway follows the reserve corridor of native plantings through which the stream flows. Marlowe Street is reached after 360 m, followed by Nayland Road 340 m later. There is a connection through to Aldinga Ave soon after Nayland Road. The downstream end of the walkway connects with Curtis Street. The walkway has a gentle slope from upstream to downstream.

Orchard Stream is named after the orchards that were planted along Nayland Road in the early settlement of Stoke.


 Trail Details

Length:   1 km Trail Type:   Sealed pathway
Uses:   Walking, running and cycling Physical Difficulty:   Easy
Links to:   Railway Reserve Pathway Primary Direction:   Either

 Trail Images

 

 Further Reading

Notes on Early History of Stoke, Nelson Historical Society Journal, Vol. 1, Issue 5, December 1961

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