Greenhill Recreation Park and Chambers Gully

Walking Trail Facts
7.6 km circuit
2-3 hours
Suitable for
Hiking, Get to by public transport
Trail Class
Grade 4, Hard Hike
Park (national park, conservation park, forest, reserve)
Greenhill Recreation Park
Adelaide City & Suburbs
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Travel options
  1. Bus
  2. Car
Travel time from Adelaide
1 hour or less
Greenhill Recreation Park and Chambers Gully

About the Walking Trail

Enjoy a loop through the quiet Greenhill Recreation Park, through the urban streets of Greenhill, before descending into Chambers Gully, returning along the Waterfall Gully Road Walking Trail and some quiet suburban streets of Burnside.

As dogs are not permitted in Cleland National Park, this walk is not suitable for dog-walking.

Walk Route Directions

The circuit walk can be following using the directions and photos below:

  1. Start from the carpark at Langman Reserve, opposite 27 Waterfall Gully Road
  2. Walk up through Langman Reserve and Langman Woodland picnic area.
  3. Walk up the steps to the Lookout, the steps are near the bbqs
  4. Walk up Kurralta Drive, turning left onto Borrow Drive, then right onto Berry Crescent.
  5. At the end of Berry Crescent, follow the walking trail onto Ifould Drive, turning left to follow Ifould Drive.
  6. Shortcut through the resevere on Ifould Drive, continue to walk downhill down the street toward Royal Avenue.
  7. Just before Royal Avenue, turn right and walk up the grassed area (see photo below.)
  8. Cross Greenhill Road. Depending on traffic, this can be a bit tricky, as there is a guardrail and it may be hard to get a really good view of oncoming traffic.
  9. Enter Greenhill Recreation Park through Gate 2, following the fire track to the left as it gradually contours up around the hill.
  10. The trail meets Gate 3 near the end of Thorpe Road.
  11. Before crossing the gate, turn right onto the fire track, heading up hill. This trail gets steep, providing good views over the plains.
  12. After walking over the summit, the fire track descends to a locked gate, take the walking trail to the right.
  13. The walking trail takes you down to Greenhill Road, coming out near bus stop 16, Greenhill Road.
  14. Continue through the vehicle gate, up the fire track that heads slightly uphill, parallel to Greenhill Road.
  15. The fire trail comes out at the end of Yarrabee Road.
  16. Continue walking along Yarrabee Road to the first road junction, turning down Quintin Avenue.
  17. At the end of Quintin Avenue, cross Greenhill Road, entering Cleland National Park via Gate 8 onto the Kilto Loop Track.
  18. Follow the Kilto Loop Track downhill, turning right twice before meeting the main Chambers Gully Track and Bartrill Spur Track junction. Turn right here, following the Burnside Quarry Track down to Waterfall Gully Road.
  19. Walk down the Waterfall Gully Road Walking Trail, returning to Langman Reserve.


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