Hallam Valley Trail

The Hallam Valley Trail is a 10km pedestrian and cycle path that meanders through the Hallam Creek Valley.  The trail connects KM Reedy Reserve in Hampton Park with Sweeney Reserve in Berwick.  Along the trail there is a range of sporting facilities, playgrounds and picnic areas to enjoy. The trail offers an opportunity to spot interesting wildlife as you travel through native vegetation, conservation and wetland areas and open grasslands.

You can also veer off the trail to visit the Hampton Park Shopping Centre, Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, Berwick Village, the regional playground at Ray Bastin Reserve in Narre Warren or the Berwick Springs wetlands in Narre Warren South with its own path circuit.

Trail access

  • There are a number of entrances to the trail, including from major roads such as Hallam Road, Shrives Road and Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road.
  • Two main parking areas are located at KM Reedy Reserve and Sweeney Reserve.
  • The Hallam, Narre Warren and Berwick Train Stations are located near the trail.
  • The trail is flat, concrete and suitable for all abilities. Some sections of the path can become inundated during rainfall. Care is required at these times. Be cautious around main road crossings and use pedestrian crossings where possible.

Hallam Valley Trail Map (1mb).

    Active Casey

    The Hallam Valley Trail is one of the City’s key recreational shared pedestrian and cycle paths.

    The recreational trail network is part of the wider network of over 230km of shared paths and trails throughout the City. The network provides opportunity for walking, jogging, cycling and skating and helps to encourage physical activity and improved health and wellbeing.

    The network also encourages sustainable forms of transport to help reduce vehicle use.

      Hallam Valley Trail Extension

      This portion of the Hallam Valley Trail connects Ray Bastin Reserve in Narre Warren with Sweeney Reserve in Berwick. Ray Bastin Reserve, home to one of Casey's regional playgrounds provides visitors with extensive play and leisure facilities, including a large interactive playground and sand pit, two barbecue areas, a BMX track, skate park and a liberty swing.

      Sweeney Reserve boasts both sport and leisure facilities. The reserve includes football, cricket, baseball/softball, soccer and tennis facilities along with barbecue facilities and a local playground. Along the trail there are a number of exit points onto local roads including Saxonwood Drive and Darling Way. You can also continue your journey around the Sweeney Reserve Wetland Loop or along the 10km Hallam Valley Regional Trail.