Times: 7:30 - 9:30pm (2hr)
This path is mostly flat, however there are some steep climbs and descents. This path also changes between gravel, sealed, roadsides and grassed nature strips.
In the dark, this path takes walkers through more of Geelong's industry at night, through a mix of factories, docks, old street scapes and people's front gardens and showcasing the shoreline of Corio Bay. At Rippleside Park, the walk joins the Bob McGovern Path, which hugs the shoreline and passes by bobbing boats, travels out to sea via the Western Beach Boardwalk. Walkers will be welcomed into Geelong, just in time for Geelong After Dark.
As you get close to the City centre, this part of the walk gets really ‘arty’. Between Rippleside Park and Gheringhap St, you will meet many of Jan Mitchell's famous Bollards of Geelong, including Nancy Nattynickers.