25% of Adelaide100 trail marking completed with new City of Holdfast Bay section

We've launched a project website for the Adelaide100 trail at adelaide100.com.au

The monument of the Tjilbruki dreaming and the Kaurna People

Jason, Jim, Helen, Melissa and Flekig at Somerton Park

The Adelaide100® is now fully marked in the City of Holdfast Bay.

This 11km portion of the Adelaide100® from the marina and lock at the Patawalonga heads south along the foreshore through Glenelg, Brighton and Seacliff, with coastal views extending far into the distance. The trail follows the new boardwalk through the dunes at Somerton Park, past the Tjilbruke monument to the country’s custodians at Kingston Park, and the historic house at Kingston Park. The marked section finishes in the Gully Road Reserve at Seacliff Park, with O’Halloran Hill Recreation Park only one kilometre away.

The City of Holdfast Bay Youth and Recreation Coordinator Melissa enthusiastically set the task in motion. The job was efficiently delivered by Work Group Leader Bill and his Maintenance Team. Jason of the Maintenance Team took a great sense of pride and enjoyment in the job done. Walking SA Project Manager Helen was delighted in the ambience of the locale and was delighted that 25% of the trail is now complete.

The Adelaide100® can be enjoyed as small chunks or as a multi-day loop walk with accommodation opportunities and food outlets along the way.

Look for the signed bollards between Anderson Avenue Glenelg North, and Arthur Street Seacliff Park.