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EastLink Trail

For cyclists, runners and pedestrians

The 35km EastLink Trail is provided for cyclists, runners and pedestrians. Along its length, the EastLink Trail connects with many other pathways, open spaces, parks and reserves.

Winding its way through the Mullum Mullum valley, the EastLink Trail heads south to connect with the Dandenong Creek Trail before crossing Greens Road in Melbourne's south-east. The Dandenong Creek Trail leads directly to Port Phillip Bay at Carrum.

EastLink Trail Map

Tips for cyclists

Always ride to the conditions. Be alert. Look out for hazards. Observe warning signs. Take extra care on bridges and downhill slopes. Parts of the EastLink Trail are steep through the Mullum Mullum valley.

If you can't see a clear trail ahead, slow down or dismount.

Mullum Mullum parkrun on the EastLink Trail

Every week, parkrun organises free 5km timed runs around the world. This includes a weekly Saturday morning event on the EastLink Trail through the Mullum Mullum valley.

These events are open to everyone, free, and easy to take part in. parkrun encourages people of every ability to take part: from walkers or those taking their first steps in running to Olympians; and from juniors to those with more experience.

Find out more about Mullum Mullum parkrun.

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