Maroondah Aqueduct Trail
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|Maroondah Aqueduct Trail|
|Difficulty||Travel anti-clockwise then easy|
|Hills||Steep in a clockwise direction|
The Maroondah Aqueduct Trail is a shared use path for cyclists and pedestrians, which follows the disused Maroondah Aqueduct through the outer eastern suburbs of Eltham and Research in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
This entry includes the Main Road path as part of the total length of 7.7 km.
Following the Path
Starting at Edendale Farm, see Diamond Creek Trail, follow the Main Rd path until it meets with the Maroondah Aqueduct Trail near Candlebark Crt (3.4km). Just 360m east of the orange/red sculpture The Breeze, by Sri Lankan born, Edward Ginger, located outside the Eltham Little Theatre.
The Maroondah Aqueduct Trail loops back to Diamond Creek Trail, back at Allendale Rd. To keep the cycling grades to a minimum, always do the Maroondah Aqueduct Trail loop anti-clockwise.
Meets the Diamond Creek Trail at either end.
Main Rd path: West end at. East end at .
Maroondah Aqueduct Trail: West end at. East end at .
- Bike rides around Melbourne 3rd edition, 2009, Julia Blunden, Open Spaces Publishing, ISBN 978-0-9752333-4-4
- Geographic data related to Maroondah Aqueduct Trail at OpenStreetMap
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