Kaiki Walk, Granite Island Circuit

Walking Trail Facts
3.3 km circuit
Suitable for
Walking, Wheelchair Accessible, Pram Friendly, Get to by public transport
Trail Class
Grade 1, Easy Walk
Park (national park, conservation park, forest, reserve)
Granite Island Recreation Park
Fleurieu Peninsula
Download maps & GPS files
  1. 1 map PDF
  2. 2 GPS files
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14 photos
Travel options
  1. Bus
  2. Car
Travel time from Adelaide
1-2 hours
Kaiki Walk, Granite Island Circuit

About the Walking Trail

Kaiki Trail walk map, Granite Island map

Download printable maps: PDF file | Image

The 1.9km walk around Granite Island is a great way for people, including families with children and strollers, to discover the island.

Begin the walk in Victor Harbor, by crossing the causeway. Horse drawn trams operate across the causeway, providing a new experience for children.

The trailhead is on the island, just after the causeway reaches the island.

Discover more about the wildlife, geology and history of the island with the interpretive signs along the trail. Explore granite boulders including Umbrella Rock, and take in the views of Encounter Bay, the Bluff, islands and whales.

  • Causeway 700 metres one way
  • Kaiki Walk 1.9km loop

For parents with prams we suggest walking anti-clockwise, which is to turn sharp right after leaving the the causeway. There is a long flight of steps at the other end of the trail, but this is easily avoided by taking the shortcut gravel ramped path from the top of the island. There are no other steps on the circuit trail. The trail may be too steep for some people using prams and it may be easier to return via the way you came.

The causeway and road to the kiosk is accessible to people using wheelchairs and prams.
A review on PushAdventures.com.au discusses using the trail around the island.

View current horse drawn tram timetables and pricing at horsedrawntram.com.au/fares.


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