Lanky’s Walk

Natural Attractions

Located in Railway Terrace towards the entrance to the Beachport Conservation Park. Follow a well-defined path through natural bush land with native plants named for easy identification. At the end of this walk is Lanky’s Well, which was dug to provide water for the police horses. Lanky Kana, a member of the local Boandik tribe, was employed by the police as a tracker and part of his duties included the care of horses. He also camped by the well, hence the name.

The walk takes approximately 30 minutes. Maps are available from the Beachport Visitor Information Centre.

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Rates

Free Entry

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