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BANNOCKBURN BRIDGE TO PIGEON ROCK

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Ride the clip on cycleway underneath the Bannockburn bridge and enter the “dessert” of Bannockburn. 

When year reach the other side of the bridge, you can pay a visit to Bannockburn village and visit some of the Felton Rd vineyards by taking the trail to the right. 

The Lake Dunstan Trail crosses underneath the bridge to the left and  you need to prepare yourself for some amazing scenery as you ride around the inlet and into vine country. You even get to ride through a portion of Carrick Vineyard.

During the summer you might want to consider a swim at the Bannockburn inlet with it’s floating pontoon. See the pin we’ve stuck in the Google map, although Google thinks there is no water there, we know there is

 

 

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There are no water refill options available on this section. Make sure you have refilled before you depart.

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black rabbit cafe lake dunstan trail

Black Rabbit Cafe

Serves an all day menu along with a hot and cold cabinet food and coffee. Both relaxed and formal family and pet friendly dining. Hours ...
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Carrick vineyard lake dunstan trail

Carrick Winery & Vineyards

Vineyard, winery, restaurant and cellar door that focuses on quality and small batches. The menu changes seasonally and showcases local produce. Hours Mon 10 AM ...
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Bannockburn Hotel – Wine Country Restaurant & Bar

A popular local spot with excellent views of vineyards, mountains and stellar landscapes. Over 200 wines available with a tapas or share style menu. Hours ...
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Bannockburn Inlet Public Toilets

The toilets are in the carpark not far from where the trail passes.  Please note that the water from these toilets is not potable. 
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