- Distance: 4.6km / 6629 steps
- Time: ~ 50 min
- Summary: A nice walk through the suburb of Tenambit,
both the older and newer parts. Quiet streets and beautiful jacaranda trees in
bloom this time of year. Could be challenging with wheels in places due to lack
Park by the Tenambit sports oval, just off Houston avenue.
Go left down Houston avenue and then left again down Jacob place. Go to the end and continue through the reserve along the golf course and you will get to Golf link road. Turn right up Tyrrells street, walk past Lena O’Brien park and Tenambit Community centre up to the t-section with Maize street. Turn left , walk past the shops and continue until you get to Chambers street on your right, just before going down the hill.
Go right, up to Thompson street and turn right again. Walk along and Thompson street where you have some lovely views towards the mountains. Thomson street turns into Collinson street and stay here until you get past Tenambit public school and turn left onto Edward street. Stay on Edward street and when it starts veering to the right it turns into Crofton avenue. Again, there are some lovely views across farmland towards the mountains.
Just down the hill, go left at Wirrah street and follow this until you reach Jenna drive. This is a newer subdivision with a fair bit of building going on, as well as still a few empty lots. Turn right and then left onto Laurie drive, and then right onto Riley James drive. Follow this up the steep hill and around back to Jenna drive (right) and then turn left up Blackely avenue. This will take you through to Goldingham street, keep right and stay on this all the way back to Maize street and you will now see the Tenambit sports oval across the road.
Please see link for map of Tenambit walk