This network of trails creates linkages between South Para Reservoir and Warren Reservoir connecting the two reservoirs, with connections to Mt Crawford Forest, Mt Crawford Forest, Para Wirra Conservation Park, Warren Conservation Park and Williamstown.
Some hiking experience and planning for the longer journeys is recommended.
Inside of the Warren Reservoir and South Para Reservoir the trail linkages are generally only marked between other smaller loop trails.
Explore 11 trails in the Southern Barossa Linkage Trails
- 30 mins1.7 km
Williamstown Link Route, Southern Barossa Linkage TrailsThe Williamstown Link Route enables Williamstown residents an opportunity to explore from their doorstep, this link utilises tracks through plantation forest. The trail enters South Para Reservoir and connects with other trails in the Southern Barossa Linkage Trails network,
- 1 hr5.6 km
South Para to Warren Trail, Southern Barossa Linkage TrailsJoining the West Warren and South Para Reservoirs, this trail is part of the Southern Barossa Linkage Trails network.
- 6.5 hrs20.4 km
Warren to Para Wirra via South Para, Southern Barossa Linkage TrailsJoining the Para Wirra Conservation Park to South Para Reservoir, and on to Warren Reservoir, this trail is part of the Southern Barossa Linkage Trails network.
- 2 hrs5.1 km
Forest Loop, South Para ReservoirHike the Forest Loop into the reserve and enjoy the changing landscapes of native bushland and plantation forest. Catch glimpses of the water through the trees before arriving at one of the many vantage spots at the water's edge.
- 2.5 hrs5.7 km
Dam Wall Loop, Warren ReservoirExplore the reservoir reserve and keep an eye out for echidnas, small birds and termite mounds among the dense vegetation. Take a short walk to the dam wall lookout and back to tackle the whole loop.
- 2 hrs5.7 km
Peninsula Loop, South Para ReservoirWalk along the reservoir's winding shores, taking in stunning views of the water and lands beyond. Keep an eye out for waders, cormorants and pink eared ducks, rarely seen in the Mount Lofty Ranges.
- 1.8 hrs8.8 km
River Loop, Warren ReservoirThe River Loop meanders through plantation forest, redgums, blackwoods and silky tea tree communities. Watch for yellow-tailed black cockatoos and enjoy the sound of the wind whistling through the pines.