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Hallam Valley Trail

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Woman jogging on Hallam Valley Trail

The Hallam Valley Trail is one of Casey's key recreational shared pedestrian and cycle paths.

Located among native wetlands and picturesque surrounds, the 10km circuit meanders through the Hallam Creek Valley and is accessible via a number of key Casey landmarks. 

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    Using the trail 

    The trail encourages physical activity and improved health and wellbeing by creating the opportunity for:

    • walking
    • jogging
    • cycling
    • scooting
    • skating 
    • and wildlife spotting.

    The Hallam Valley Trail consists of flat concrete which is suitable for all abilities. It would take the average pedestrian approximately 2.5 hours to walk to the complete circuit. 

    Some sections of the path can become inundated following rainfall and extra care should be taken when using the trail in this instance.  Be cautious around main road crossings and use pedestrian crossings where possible.

    Pedestrians can use the trail for physical exercise, or as a form of active transport to access a number of sports facilities and community playgrounds connected to the trail.

    Accessing the trail 

    The Hallam Valley Trail is part of a wider network of shared paths and trails throughout Casey that stretches 230km. These shared paths encourages the community to access key locations by using the path as a sustainable form of transport.  

    Landmarks which can be accessed from the Hallam Valley Trail include: 

    • Hampton Park Shopping Centre
    • Fountain Gate Shopping Centre
    • Berwick Village
    • Ray Bastin Reserve in Narre Warren
    • Berwick Springs wetlands in Narre Warren
    • Train stations including Hallam, Narre Warren and Berwick.
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    The trail has two main parking areas which are located at KM Reedy Reserve and Sweeney Reserve. You can view the trail on Google Maps.

    The trail can be entered at any point or location, however main entrances from major roads include:

    • Hallam Road
    • Shrives Road
    • and Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road.

      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.