Lake Macquarie Walking Trails: Fernleigh Track
The Fernleigh Track is one of the region's most popular shared pathways, running along an old railway corridor from Belmont to Adamstown. The track takes a gradual journey from suburbia through beautiful bush and wetland areas with wildlife often present.
The connecting point between the cities of Lake Macquarie and Newcastle is marked with a 180 metre-long former railway tunnel. Many other heritage railway relics are spread along the length of the track, with old sleepers, signage and former stations working to create unique resting points along the way.
|Location:||Eastern Lake Macquarie|
|Start Point:||Railway Pde, Belmont|
|Facilties:||Street parking available at Belmont, Jewells, Redhead & Whitebridge|
|Access:||Railway Pde Belmont, Wommara Ave Jewells Oakdale Rd Gateshead, Cowlishaw St Redhead, Station St, Whitebridge & Dibbs St Adamstown|
|Cost:||No associated costs with this walk|