Up to this point the walk was only inhabited by the occasional dog walker or jogger. However, this all changed at Churchill Park where many were out having brunch, going for a swim and setting up on the grass for a family picnic. I had to be on the lookout for loose dogs running around and kids on bikes who were obviously just off training wheels. Churchill Park seems to be a very popular spot on a sunny weekend.
Once navigating the hordes at Churchill Park the walk became much less populated after Bell Park, where the path diverted slightly inland behind the sand dunes and to another parked area. This must be another area for families who missed out on the prime locations at Churchill and Bell Park. After all the parks the path turned into the sand dunes and made for quite a pleasant winding nature walk. The dedicated cement path ends at the Naval Memorial Park where a number of navel relics, like an old gun turret and the top of a submarine (also called a Fairwater or Sail), can be found. At the end of the Naval Memorial Park stands the towering grain terminal, which could be easily seen from back at Mangles Bay.