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Greenway open through Black Forest

Greenway open through Black Forest

Marino Rocks Greenway

A section of the new shared use Marino Rocks Greenway route, between Emerson Street and Canterbury Terrace, Black Forest, is now open for public use.

The shared use path connects Emerson Road to Canterbury Terrace and links with all the nearby side-streets and railway pedestrian crossings.

It provides local residents of Black Forest and Clarence Park with a much shorter walk to the nearby Emerson and Clarence Park train stations, as well as the local shops and popular Princess Margaret Playground.

The Marino Rocks Greenway will provide a direct, continuous and attractive link from the city to the southern suburbs.

The 15 kilometre route will begin at the Anzac Highway/West Terrace shared use path in the Adelaide Park Lands and connect to the existing Coast to Vines Trail at Marino Rocks.