Tracks and Trails

Council is in a staged process of developing a network of tracks and trails throughout our Municipality, subject to funding allocations. It is hoped that these tracks and trails foster and engage our community into greater recreational pursuits, an enhanced understanding of our cultural, historical and environmental values and builds awareness of the true enriching experiences available in our Municipality.

The Dodges Ferry – Carlton Loop will wind along Carlton River Road, down Carlton Beach Road, onto Park and Carlton Beach and then up Moomere Street to link two rapidly growing residential communities.

Approximately 7 km in length, the shared pathway represents much needed infrastructure to connect local communities, recreation assets, coastal reserves and community services, as well as to improve recreation opportunities and facilitate social interaction.

A concrete and gravel pathway which meanders along the Dunalley Canal from the bridge through to the Tasman Monument.  There is seating and signage along the walkway.

A 110 metre long gravel track from Richards Avenue down to the footbridge crossing China Creek.

A gravel walkway approximately 2.7 kilometres long has been constructed along Old Forcett Road from Rantons Road through to Quarry Road.

A scenic shared pathway around the Orielton Lagoon through Sorell and Midway Point. A combination of concrete and gravel pathways, its suitable for a variety of users – prams, BMX bike riding, scooters, walking, running etc.

A 2.5 metre wide trail that meanders along the Sorell Rivulet from Pioneers Park through to Stores Lane. Storyboards outlining historical and environmental areas of significance are placed along the trail.

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