Goolwa Heritage Walk: Walk 1, Cadell Street

Historical walk Facts
0.9 km circuit
50 mins
Self-guided heritage walk with brochure
Suitable for
Walking, Wheelchair Accessible, Dog Walking
Wheelchair accessible
Fleurieu Peninsula
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  1. 2 GPS files
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2 photos
Travel options
  1. Car
Travel time from Adelaide
1-2 hours
Goolwa Heritage Walk: Walk 1, Cadell Street

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About the Historical walk

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This self-guided historical walk explores the main street of Goolwa.

Explore 14 historical sites, including the original 1872 railway station (that station was relocated in 1914 to the wharf), three large hotels, various stores and official buildings.

The inner part of Goolwa was declared a State Heritage Area in 1987, recognising its historical importance as one of the country’s most significant River Ports.

This is a series of three historical walks in Goolwa:

  1.  Walk 1, Cadell Street (walk on this page)
  2.  Walk 2, Goolwa Wharf Precinct
  3.  Walk 3, Little Scotland


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Walking SA

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