About the Walking Trail
It traverses natural Red Gum bushland and many points of interest including a bird hide, floodplain and the resting paddock of the Clydesdales horse from the tram to Granite Island.
The River Inman was crossed by Captain Collett Barker in 1831 and was named in 1838 after Henry Inman, first Inspector of Police.
Several species of native fish found in the Inman River are considered rare, vulnerable or endangered including the Climbing Galaxia.
Visit the Bird Hide and sit a moment, listen and watch the birdlife.
The walk ends at Victor Harbor Cemetery, which began in 1860.