Lorikeet Loop Walk, Belair National Park

Walking Trail Facts
3 km circuit
1h 25mins
Suitable for
Walking, Wheelchair Accessible, Pram Friendly, Hiking, Dog Walking, Get to by public transport, Jogging
Trail Class
Grade 1, Easy Walk
Park (national park, conservation park, forest, reserve)
Belair National Park
Adelaide Hills
Trail manager
National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia
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Travel options
  1. Bus
  2. Train
Travel time from Adelaide
1 hour or less
Lorikeet Loop Walk, Belair National Park

About the Walking Trail

3km loop, 1 hour 45 minutes

Wind your way past Old Government House and the State Flora Nursery, then stop for a rest at the Adventure Playground.

This gently sloping trail features natural and heritage sites. It passes majestic old red gums and blue gums, as well as endangered ecosystem of grey box woodland.

Find a quite spot along the trail to stand or sit quietly and watch some of Belair’s most beautiful birds. Nectar-feeding birds are attracted here almost all-year-round by various blossoming gums. The noisiest and most colourful species are lorikeets and rosellas. Wildflowers are prominent in spring in the bushland along Workanda Creek.

The wide gravelled surface is suitable for most abilities, and for strollers. There are numerous flat rocks scattered along the trail for suitable as seating rest spots.

The trail is wheelchair accessible, but people may need some assistance, as some sections of the trail are steep. It is recommended to start the walk from Old Government House and walk in an anti-clockwise direction.

Access the Trail From

  • the park Information Office at the main park entry
  • Government Farm 2 picnic area
  • Pines 2 picnic area
  • Old Government House
  • Adventure Playground

Extend the Hike

Although this walk is marked as being Wheelchair Accessible, some people may require assistance.

The National Parks and Wildlife Service SA Accessibility webpage has useful information about accessibility within national parks, including specific details about accessible parks, trails, picnic grounds, carparking and toilets.


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