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Inner Circle Rail Trail - Trail Description

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Inner Circle Rail Trail

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Type: Rail trail
Location: Inner suburban Melbourne, 5km from Melbourne
Start/end: Rushall to Royal Park
Status: Open
Length open: 4km
Surface: Sealed
Terrain: Flat
Best seasons: All seasons
Public transport: Train, Bus, Tram
Contact Region: Melbourne, Yarra Valley, Geelong, Bellarine & Mornington Peninsulas
The western end of the rail trail. (2011)
The western end of the rail trail. (2011)
Suitable for walking Suitable for cycling mountain bikes Suitable for cycling touring hybrid bikes Suitable for wheelchairs Suitable for prams Suitable for scooters in line skates Suitable for following by car
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Features

A high standard rail trail traversing Melbourne's inner suburbs. Traverses parkland and quite a few railway heritage structures remain.

Very popular with local residents.

Description

Part of the Capital City Trail. There are lots of cafes nearby as well as Yarra Bend Park.

All major road crossings have traffic signals.

Many connections with public transport.

For more information on this trail see the book Rail Trails of Victoria and South Australia.

May 2015

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Contact Us About This Trail

Email or click here: melbourne@railtrails.org.au.

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21 March , 2015 by cascho

I was on this trail this morning (Saturday 21st March 2015), from Rushall to Royal Park and back. This is a popular trail for cyclists and walkers – going through great inner suburbs of Melbourne. I’m glad they kept the old train easement a park, as it adds to the attractiveness of the surrounding area. The path is sealed the entire length and there is only one slight hill as you enter Royal Park. Being part of the Capital City Trail there are plenty of bike paths leading off to all parts of Melbourne. There are a lot of activities happening along and off the trail most weekends – as well as plenty of cafe/food options with the nearby streets. The only issue is to watch out for cars as you cross some of the streets, especially towards the Rushall end because there aren’t pedestrian crossing lights.

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