Kincumber Walk 1

A short 2.76km walk along the foreshore of Kincumber Broardwater.
The Kincumber to Davistown shared cycle/walking path provides a safe, level and pleasant walk along the Kincumber Broadwater. It is popular with families, dog walkers and the elderly as there are a number of retirement villages in the area. Walk one goes from the start, at the end of Carrak Road, to the entrance to the path near Weston Street, which is just past a section of very shady trees.

Facilities: Picnic tables, seats along the walk and children's playground with public toilets.
Length: 2.76km
Difficulty: easy level walk

Closest City: Gosford
Getting There: At the big roundabout at Kincumber, at the end of the shopping village precinct turn from Avoca Drive into Carrak Road and park along the road or in the small carpark at the end of the road. The playground is located in Sea Breeze Avenue.

Continue On: Kincumber Walk 2 is the second half of this walk.
Wharf at start of Kincumber Foreshore Walk

There are numerous ducks around the jetty at the beginning of the walk.

Picnic tables, Kincumber walking/cycle path

At the start of the walk there are two picnic tables which are popular at the weekend.

Kincumber walking/cycle path

A number of small bridges cross channels along the walk.

Kincumber Broardwater

The only other jetty along the walk.

Kincumber walking/cycle path

The well maintained path continues through a stand of trees bordered by freshly mown grass.

Kincumber foreshore walk

Along this section of the path you can see Davistown RSL across the broadwater.

Kincumber Broardwater

When the waters are still there are great reflections.

Kincumber walk
A short shady section towards the end of the first Kincumber walk. When entering this section the temperature seems to decrease especially during winter and the path can be quite wet after rain during the cooler months. When we emerged from the treelined section we turned and retraced our steps.








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