We’ve published three new entries from contributors in our Find a Place to Walk directory.
Add your favourite walks. Clubs, organisations and businesses are welcome to add walks.
Banrock Station Wetland Walking Trails
Three walking trails at Banrock Station through wetlands with abundant wildlife.
Suitable for children and for mobility impaired.
Spend a few hours exploring, then enjoy a beverage at the cafe.
Aldgate Valley Nature Walk
A lovely, gentle 6km walk from Aldgate to Mylor (12km return) on footpaths (not roads) highlighting the work of the Aldgate Valley Landcare Group in rehabilitating and reconnecting native bushland on private and public land.
Discover the Valley of the Bandicoots.
Half of the walk is dog-friendly.
Why not make an autumn day of it with the Aldgate Pump Hotel and Aldgate cafes at one end and the Harvest Cafe in Mylor at the other.
Encounter Bikeway (shared path)
Located on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula, approximately one hours drive from Adelaide.
The Encounter Bikeway is an on-road and shared trail that links the four coastal towns of the City of Victor Harbor and the Riverport Town of Goolwa, via the coastal towns of Port Elliot and Middleton.
There is range of riding/walking distances are available, making it suitable for all ages and levels of fitness. The Bikeway is suitable for use by cyclists, walkers, skaters, rollerbladers and is wheelchair accessible.
The Cockle Train runs between Victor Harbor and Goolwa Wharf and makes a great option to catch one way and walk the other.