The Clare Valley Short Walks provides the perfect activity whilst enjoying the delights of the Clare Valley. The series of six unique walks are varied in length, duration, landscape, and classification. Generally, all walks are multi-generational and family friendly.
You can view all walks on clarevalley.com.au, and use #ClareValleyShortWalks to tag your walks on social media.
Explore 6 short walks that are part of the Clare Valley Short Walks
- 4 hrs8.2 km
Riverton to Rhynie Short WalkFollow the Riverton to Rhynie Short Walk along the old Spalding railway line and section of the Rattler Trail through beautiful open countryside.
- 3 hrs7 km
Clare to Sevenhill Short WalkThis walk is one of the most popular sections of the Riesling Trail. Family friendly & accessible, take a stroll through picturesque countryside and arrive into Sevenhill to check out the historic village. Lots to do along the way. Suitable for recreational walkers, mountain and touring bikes, wheelchairs and pushers.
- 40 mins1.4 km
Cascades Short WalkExperience a short walk through Spring Gully Conservation Park on the Cascades Walk. The waterfall is seasonal. The park protects the only stand of red stringybarks in South Australia.
- 45 mins1 km
Neagles Rock Short WalkThis short, adventurous climb to the Neagles Rock Lookout, takes in fantastic Clare Valley views. The short walk features grassy covered hillsides, rock formations and plenty of treeshade.
- 3 hrs11.5 km
Watervale to Mount Horrocks Short WalkWalk through the historic township into classic Clare Valley countryside of vineyards, cellar doors and rolling hills Mount Horrocks lookout offers spectacular 360-degree views.
- 2.5 hrs9.6 km
Mintaro to Martindale Hall Short WalkStarting at Torr Park in the historic township of Mintaro, you follow the Lavender Federation Trail to the magnificent and historic Martindale Hall located within the Martindale Hall Conservation Park.