Randell Park Reserve

Warning

Walking SA has concerns that this walk entry has some issues. We're seeking to clarify the information.

Walking Route Facts
Distance
3.6 km circuit
Duration
60 - 90 mins
Suitable for
Walking, Hiking, Trail Running
Difficulty
Moderate
Terrain
Undulating
Park (national park, conservation park, forest, reserve)
Randell Park Reserve
Region
Adelaide City & Suburbs
Download maps & GPS files
  1. 2 GPS files
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Photos
17 photos
Travel options
  1. Bus
  2. Car
Travel time from Adelaide
1 hour or less
Randell Park Reserve

About the Walking Route

Randell Park has been upgraded

We are working on updating this entry to accurately reflect the trail upgrades that have been undertaken in 2018.

For a new map refer to the Randell Park Trails on the City of Mitcham website.

Randell Park Reserve is a small reserve which offers a 3.6km loop hike. The park consists of open areas, pine and eucalyptus forests, and numerous small former quarries.

In March 2016 the City of Mitcham announced it had selected the final design to upgrade the walking and mountain bike paths in the park. From April 2016 the park has been closed to mountain bikers, whilst the trails are upgraded, environmental work conducted and trail signage erected. The park remains open to walkers. View the proposed trails on the map on page 19 of the proposal. Find project updates on the City of Mitcham project page.

Due to the impending trail upgrades, we haven’t provided detailed walk route instructions. Use the Google map above to navigate. Prior to redevelopment the park had numerous trails meandering around, but it is still reasonably easy to follow the route in the Google Map above. You can use the map on your smartphone, including seeing your current location, by loading this page whilst on your hike.

Downloads

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Photos

Walk Contributor

Walking SA

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Walking SA is the not-for-profit peak body that leads, promotes and supports all forms of walking in South Australia, including walking for recreation, transport, health, wellbeing, organised events, adventure, environmental appreciation and fun experiences. Our vision is to see more people walking more often.