Find a Place to WalkFind a place to walk, hike or bushwalk, whether it be a 1 hour walk near home with your dog, a half day hike in a park, or a longer trail in one of South Australia’s national parks.
Walking GuidesFind walking guides: books, magazines, smartphone apps, websites and maps that feature walks around South Australia. This makes it easier for you to find places to hike near you.
Find a Walking ClubFinding a new place to go for a bushwalk and friends to go with is easy with a club. It’s also a great way to try out hiking, and meet others keen for walking. Search through our list of 20 member walking clubs, offering a range of walking types:
- walks of a few hours
- 3-4 hour hikes
- full days bushwalks
- multi-day hikes camping along the way overnight
Summer Closure of high-risk Finders Ranges National Park walking trails
In the interests of public safety five walking trails in Finders Ranges National Park will be closed from 1 December 2015 to 29 February 2016: St Mary Peak inside trail, St Mary Peak outside trail, Cooinda Campsite, Malloga Falls Hike and Mount Ohlssen-Bagge Hike.
Forum on working together for an active South Australia
A forum for organisations and individuals with an interest in supporting physical activity. The Heart Foundation together with a number of local partners, including Walking SA, are hosting the forum. Friday November 20th 2015, 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Cycling on Footpaths, Response to New Regulations
We are concerned that cycling on footpaths, as allowed by the new regulations, increases the risk to pedestrians generally, and specifically for those more vulnerable such as children, the elderly and those with disabilities. We are also concerned that the impact of the change will be to discourage walking because of the perceived risks.