Start: Scott Park car park.
Finish: Beachville Road, Redcliffs end of McCormacks Bay causeway.
Distance: 1.9 km.
Time: 25 minutes one way.
Dogs: On leash.
Toilets: Redcliffs Park.
Access: Wheelchair accessible, shared pathway.
The four-metre wide pathway starts at Scott Park beside the Ferrymead Bridge; there is car parking here.
The pathway follows the coastal edge for the length of McCormacks Bay causeway and is popular with cyclists, walkers and runners. Features include a large macrocarpa tree which is a popular shag roost, and the numerous wading birds that use the mudflats. Oyster-catchers are common, while godwits and royal spoonbills are seasonal visitors.
The pathway ends at the intersection of Beachville Road and Main Road. Redcliffs Park is on the way and has a playground.