Explore 4 shared-use trails in Kuitpo Forest and 2 walking trails in the adjacent Kyeema Conservation Park. The Heysen Trail pass through both parks.
Kuitpo Forest is 60% plantation pine forest, with the rest native scrub. In the adjacent Kyeema Conservation Park there is dense natural scrub.
6 Walking Trails in Kuitpo Forest and Kyeema Conservation Park
Chookarloo Walk, Kuitpo Forest
Experience the pine forest and native scrub around Chookarloo Campground on this short walk. The walk starts from the Chookarloo Campground at one of the footbridges, entering the dark forest shady forest. The circuit is great for kids, offering lots of fallen trees and other nature place experiences.
Forest Trail, Kuitpo Forest
2.8km, 1.5 hours
Explore the native and pine forests in Kuitpo Forest on the Forest Trail. A shared-use trail is for walkers, horse riders and mountain bikers. Start the hike from the Avenues picnic area which has toilets and fire pits in the picnic area.
Tinjella Trail, Kuitpo Forest
12km, 4 hours
A meandering loop trail following forest trails and paths through Kuitpo Forest. A multi-use frail for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
Onkeeta Trail, Kuitpo Forest
10.8km, 3 hours
A meandering loop trail following forest trails and paths through northern Kuitpo Forest.
Mulurus Hike, Kyeema Conservation Park
1.3km, 30mins return
Enjoy a short loop through the Cup Gum woodland. Watch out for birdlife, and wildflowers during Spring.
Myrtaceae Hike, Kyeema Conservation Park
5.8km, 2.5 hours
Explore further into Kyeema Conservation Park. The trail follows some of the Heysen Trail, before following some walking trail further west, returning along fire tracks.