City of Canada Bay art & heritage: Drummoyne & Five Dock

City of Canada Bay art & heritage: Drummoyne & Five Dock

This ride commences at The Serpent, south of Brett Park in Drummoyne. The ride is an 15-kilometre flat route, with a total elevation climb of just 124m over the full distance. The ride mostly follows the foreshore trail, and offers access to many of the artworks and heritage sites located alongside the foreshore trail itself, or in the parks and reserves which the trail passes through.

A small number of artworks will require you to either:

  • walk your bike along the footpath in the busier shopping areas to access;
  • park and lock your bike appropriately on the route and walk to visit the artworks; or
  • ride your bike on the road.
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    Make sure to enjoy all of these along your ride:

    1. The Serpent - Jason Wing

    2. Refresh Drummoyne - Wendy Lewis and Ivana Martinovic

    3. Drummoyne Signal boxes - Thao Nhi La

    4. Drummoyne Oval - Anderson Hunt

    4. Sea Creatures - Henry Lawson

    6. The Reader - Hilder Bim

    7. Piazza Eolie - Nola Diamentopolous

    8. Gold Dust and Gemstones - David Capra

    9. Livvi's Place Mural - Lucilla Marshall

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    15.064 km / 9.36 mi

    Total Distance

    201 m / 658 ft

    Total Ascent

    200 m / 658 ft

    Total Descent

    31 m / 103 ft

    Highest Point

    Ride type:
    Mountain biking
    Road riding
    Sightseeing
    Commuter
    Rail Trail
    Gravel
    Various
    EPIC Ride
    Difficulty: Easy (Blue)
    Ride Duration: 2-4 hrs
    Fitness Level: Medium
    Terrain:
    Shared Bike Path - Paved
    Shared Bike Path - Dirt
    On-Road Bike Lane
    On-Road
    Off-Road - Fire Trail
    Off-Road - Rail Trail
    Off-Road - Single Track
    Off-Road - Downhill
    Gravel Road
    Mobile Coverage: Excellent
    Services:
    Water
    Food
    First Aid
    Toilets
    Bike hire
    Carparking
    Bike servicing
    Accessible by bike
    Accessible by car
    Accessible by public transport
    Accessible by shuttle
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