- 2.2 km return
- 2.5 return
- Suitable for
- Walking, Dog Walking, Jogging
- Clare Valley
- Download maps & GPS files
- 2 GPS files
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- Travel options
- Travel time from Adelaide
- 1-2 hours
About the Walking Trail
The Lomandra Walking Trail is a walk along the western side of the Blyth Golf Course showcasing the last remaining Lomandra (common name Irongrass) vegetation on the Blyth Plains. There are some interpretive signs along the way. There are wide views to the Clare hills and Hummocks Range.
Lomandra is named after the native plant the Indigenous people use in damper. They also used the long, flat, fibrous leaves for weaving.
At the turn-around point, read the signs explaining the Blyth Primary School Grassland education site.
The trail is two and a half hour 2.2km return and is mainly flat with a gentle uphill gradient to the turnaround point. Dogs are permitted but must be on leads.