Fanny Street self-guided walk – our first

Fanny Street self-guided walk – our first

Get your walking shoes on, ASHGs first self-guided walk has landed.

Click here for Fanny Street walk instructions.

This walks begins in Annerley Junction, at the corner of Ipswich Road and Fanny Street – just across from pub where Annerley Road intersects.

As you go you’ll learn about Fanny Street’s history, the people, who they were and what they did.

It is a relatively short walk of about 800 metres but you may find yourself lingering for up to 30 – 45 minutes to absorb the stories and history.

Please bring a hat and water and look out for the shady areas outside the places you stop. Not a walk for the heat of the day.

The walk is fairly easy, but involves a short incline, but may be difficult for those with walking aids.

Fanny Street Self-guided Walk

  • Start at 99 Bikes, Cnr Ipswich Rd and Fanny St.
  • Follow the walk instructions in the Fanny Street walk guide – click here to view.

Afterwards, if you are looking for coffee or refreshments here are some options:

  • Miss Milly’s Espresso across Ipswich Rd in the Annerley Arcade is open Monday-Friday 6.30-14.00 and Saturday 6.30-12.00 midday.
  • The Junction Hotel is open each day after 10.00. It serves non alcoholic drinks is as well as alcoholic and pub style food is available in the restaurant.
  • Other cafe options at the junction, just a little further away are Little Clive and Laneway 86. Check the internet opening times .

Enjoy the walk and this slice of history. We are planning on more self-guided walks in the near future.

This walk was researched and designed by Pauline Peel, Denis Peel and Kate Dyson.