Diamond Creek cemetery. Diamond Creek walk, July 2020.

Diamond Creek Walk

This is a long walk that uses the Diamond Creek Trail, with some interesting sights along the way.

This walk started from home and using the Diamond Creek trail towards Diamond Creek.

After reaching Diamond Creek we continued on to the cemetery and then towards Eltham again along the main road heading away from it down Windmill Rise to inspect the windmill, meeting up with the Diamond Creek trail to return to Eltham.

Walk Description

From the Eltham Environs Walking Group, walk 10E

Commences at the carpark at the end of Gastons Rd, Eltham, next to Edendale Farm. Cross the road and follow the walking path past Edendale Farm through Eltham North Reserve, to Allandale Rd.

Cross Allendale Rd next to the rail line, turn left and cross Diamond Creek,, using the footpath on the bridge. Turn right into Diamond Creek Reserve and walk along the pathway for about 20 minutes to end at the corner of Chute and Diamond Streets in Diamond Creek opposite the Shell Service Station.

There are toilets available here. Return along the same route.


Total distance: 13 km
Max elevation: 92 m
Min elevation: 25 m
Total climbing: 2233 m


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