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parkrun - Ginninderra

PARKRUN AUSTRALIA

Belconnen ACT 2913

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From the start/finish line in John Knight Memorial Park, the course twists and turns northwards, as we keep Lake Ginninderra to our left. After about 1km, the route takes left under Ginninderra Drive and then up a gradual ramp on to the fat side of Ginninderra Drive where we cross Lake Ginninderra. Once down the ramp on the other side of the lake the route turns right and follows the bike path under Ginninderra Drive back towards the lake before and heads along the bike path around the peninsula. At just after 3km the route turns right and on to Diddams Close before rejoining Ginninderra Drive. As you cross Lake Ginninderra on the other side of the bridge to the outward route the final 1.2km head souths and back to the start/finish line in John Knight Memorial Park. Facilities Getting There Location of startThe run starts in John Knight Memorial Park. Getting there by public transportBuses to/from Belconnen Bus Depot leave a short walk down Benjamin Way on to Emu Bank by Lake Ginninderra. Getting there on footOnce you reach Lake Ginninderra, turn right and follow the path along the lake side, past the row of restaurants and bars. Cross the pedestrian bridge by Lighthouse Bar and the skate park to John Knight Memorial Park. Turn left and follow the lake path through the park and around a number of further bends. The start/finish line is approx 400 metres from the pedestrian bridge. Getting there by roadThere are car parks all around Lake Ginninderra from which you can access the parkrun. For ease of access, the best option is to park is in Townsend Place, off Aikman Drive. There are limited parks, so get in early! Post Run Coffee Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee at Birrigai Cafe, 2 Joy Cummins Place, Belconnen. A short walk from the finish line - please come and join us.

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parkrun - Ginninderra is located in the suburb of Belconnen , the council of Canberra and the federal electorate of Fenner.