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Find a Place to Walk

Find 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.

Use the search tools to narrow down the walks to the type of walks you like.

You’re just two feet from some of the best places in South Australia.

Submit a walk of your own. It’s easy, and open to anyone. Creating your walk entry can be as simple or as complex as you like.

Walking Guides

Find 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 Club

Finding 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

News

News

Annual Report Published + Hear Speaker on Vision of Adelaide Hills Trail Strategy + AGM

Our AGM is on Thursday, 30 October, 7pm at the Unley Community Centre, 18 Arthur Street, Unley. View the agenda. View our Annual Report which includes highlights of the year. Our AGM guest speaker, Mark de Lange from Adelaide Hills Council, will give a short presentation on the Adelaide Hills 20 Year Trail Strategy.

Art Exhibition: Echoes of the Heysen Trail

Heysen Trail art exhibition 1 Nov – 30 Nov 2014. A range of paintings on the Heysen Trail available for purchase, varying sizes. Robin Hood Hotel, 315 Portrush Rd, Norwood. Exhibition Opening 2.30pm Saturday 1 November 2014.

Proposed 400km Walking Trail along River Murray – Feedback Sought

A walking and riding trail along the River Murray is being considered. A feasibility study is underway and input is being sought. The trail could begin in Salt Creek on the Coroong, following the Coorong to the Murray Mouth, then following the meandering River Murray to Morgan.

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Events

Events

A selection of upcoming walks that our member clubs are running, and public walk events.

List your walking club’s events here too, it’s easy.