Saturday Run – 5 December – Summer Start Time 7am

MEET: 7.00am – Telopea Park Car Park (east side of park, near intersection of Telopea Park Road East and Gosse Street)

RUN: Telopea Park and East Basin (via Wetlands) – Circuit around East Basin of Lake Burley Griffin (10.1km)

Please note that this does not include a FIT breakfast due to COVID-19 restrictions.

  • From Telopea Park head north east towards the lake, passing Bowen Park, and turn right through the Kingston Foreshore along Eastlake Parade then turning left onto Eyre Street.
  • Towards the end of Eyre St take a dirt path on the left into the wetlands.
  • Follow this path around the wetlands arriving at a carpark. Cross the carpark and continue on bike path parallel to the old Dairy Flat Road.
  • Cross the Molonglo River and veer left onto bike path running along the north bank of the river.
  • Follow this until King’s Avenue Bridge, run under the bridge and loop back up and right onto the bridge and cross the lake.
  • Veer right after crossing bridge, take the underpass back to lake edge.
  • Turn right and follow lake back to Bowen Park, turn right, cross Wentworth Avenue and back to Telopea Park

Saturday Run – 28 November

MEET: 7.30am at Lake Ginninderra, Evelyn Parker Place, off Beissel Street, Belconnen Town Centre.

RUN: Loop of Lake Ginninderra (7.3km)

Please note that this does not include a FIT breakfast due to COVID-19 restrictions.

  • Head south on bike path parallel through the park on Beissel St then east along Emu Bank for short distance then left onto the lake shore.
  • There will be restaurants on your right. Cross the bridge and turn left, following the bike path and keeping the lake on your left.
  • At the large road bridge, run under the bridge and turn right, looping around to the top of the bridge and cross. Veer right on the other side of the bridge and right again to loop under the bridge.
  • The lake will still be on your left. After BBQ/picnic area on left cross the second road bridge and veer left after the bridge.
  • Bike path will lead you back to the starting point.

One circuit of the lake is 7.3 km. For a longer run do two loops

Saturday Run – 21 November

This week’s run will be followed by the FIT AGM at EQ Cafe from 9am.

MEET: 7.30am at EQ Cafe, 70 Kent Street, Deakin

RUN: Deakin to Weston Park (9.55km)


  • From EQ head north along Kent St and take right onto track, after crossing Adelaide Avenue, at Kintore Cres.
  • Across Kintore pick up bike path through parkland and past Yarralumla Public school to lake.
  • At lake turn left and another right at Weston Park entrance gate and head into Weston Park keeping the water on your right.
  • On re-joining the main path turn left and past the Weston Park gate then retrace route

Saturday Run – 14 November

MEET: 7.30am at EQ Cafe, 70 Kent Street, Deakin

RUN: Out and back along the base of Red Hill (11.2km)

BREAKFAST: EQ Cafe, 70 Kent Street, Deakin


  • Cross Kent St and head south on Kent St.
  • At footpath on left (200m or so from start), turn left and enter bush area through gap in fence on your right.
  • Follow dirt track which becomes more distinct as a fire trail and head up hill.
  • Follow the trail, crossing Gowrie Drive, along the north-east side of Red Hill to Hindmarsh Drive for an out and back run

Improving ACT Pathways

Did you know

The ACT path network is not routinely maintained, consequently members of the public are relied on as the sole source of information about the condition of the network.

The more an issue is reported the more attention it is likely to attract.

Under-reporting of cycling and pedestrian accidents

Preliminary investigation of new works for either roads or community paths will involve gathering accident and crash data. Accident data is obtained from the police for this purpose. As most vehicle insurance requires a police report, the level of vehicular accident/crash reporting is high. On the contrary, accidents and crashes involving cyclists and pedestrians tend to be under-reported, especially if the outcome doesn’t result in hospital treatment.

How to report problems

Report an issue that you want addressed for reasons of safety/maintenance through the Fix My Street online form

The reporting is made up of 6 items on the Access Canberra website
1. What would you like to report
2. Tell us more
3. Where is the issue
4. Photo
5. Provide your contact details
6. Check the information provided

• You can submit a report anonymously but if you want to be able to check on the status of your request it’s best to create an account.
• Having a photo and location is very useful. Provide as much information as possible about the issue or what happened.
• Complaints are investigated, assessed and then prioritised for funding by using a warrant system.

FIT accident and injury reporting

A link to the ACT Government reporting system is included in FIT Accident & Injury Report form.