Tumby Bay Mangrove Boardwalk and Nature Trail

Walking Trail Facts
Distance
0.4 km one way
Duration
15 mins return
Suitable for
Walking, Dog Walking
Difficulty
Easy
Terrain
Flat
Region
Eyre Peninsula
Download maps & GPS files
  1. 2 GPS files
  2. 1 website link
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Photos
8 photos
Travel options
  1. Car
Travel time from Adelaide
2+ hours
Tumby Bay Mangrove Boardwalk and Nature Trail

About the Walking Trail

Learn about the importance of mangroves while walking the interpretative mangrove boardwalk. Learn about the importance of mangroves while walking the interpretative mangrove boardwalk. The Grey Mangrove (Avicennia marina var. resinifera) is the only mangrove species found in South Australia. The mangroves here at Tumby Bay are the southernmost occurence on the Eyre Peninsula. The mangroves are flooded each day by the ocean tide.

The shortest way to walk the trail is 400m return.

You can make a 1.4km walking loop by walking along the trail, and returning along Graham Smelt Causeway and Berryman Street.

Walk a 2.7km loop along the foreshore along Harvey Drive, entering the Mangrove Boardwalk and Nature Trail at Graham Smelt Causeway, and returning along Pearson Street (refer to map in photos below).

You can start the walk from:

Downloads

Download KML/KMZ file
Download GPX file

Photos