Walks in the City of Stonnington

The City of Stonnington extends from the Yarra River at South Yarra through Toorak, bustling Prahran, Windsor and out to the leafy, historic suburbs of Armadale, Kooyong, Malvern and Glen Iris. 

The walking paths are varied and terrific. Take a walk or go on a roll. There are green spaces to suit everyone from the bushland oasis of the Urban Forest accessible walk to the riverside walking paths of the twin Como Parks - north and south.

Click on the walk name to see a digital map, including route description and photos.

Como Park and River Walk This lovely 5km pram friendly walk follows a pretty Yarra River bend along bushy paths before a loop around Grange Rd Wetlands. It returns to the marvellous open spaces of Como Park North and South.

Princes Park and Victoria Gardens Walk Here are two wonderful yet entirely different gardens to explore. Ideal for pushing a pram, a casual or brisk walk, they are linked by the grand London Plane Tree avenue that is Murray Street.

Central Park and Hedgeley Dene Gardens Walk By linking two iconic City of Stonnington urban parklands, this excellent walk caters for all ages. It follows firm, smooth and wide walking paths through splendid gardens and open green spaces.

Urban Forest Accessible Walk This charming accessible walk or roll through a green urban oasis features a bushland setting with mature native plants and established wetlands. It is great for prams and mobility aid users.

Zelman Cowen Park Accessible Walk For a spacious and green walking or rolling outing ideal for prams and mobility aids, visit the sporting fields of Zelman Cowen Park. There is always plenty of activity to see.

To discover more great walks in this part of Melbourne, head to this page (or visit the Walking Maps discover page and search by suburb or postcode). 

Stonnington City Council engaged Victoria Walks to create these digital Walking Maps in 2023-2024. For more information on this service please see this page.