Wilabalangaloo Trail

Walking Trail Facts
Distance
1.7 km circuit
Duration
45 mins
Suitable for
Walking, Hiking, Dog Walking
Difficulty
Moderate
Terrain
Undulating
Region
Riverland
Download maps & GPS files
  1. 1 map PDF
  2. 2 GPS files
  3. 1 website link
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Photos
14 photos
Travel options
  1. Car
Travel time from Adelaide
2+ hours
Wilabalangaloo Trail

About the Walking Trail

Experience a walk through some of the rich Mallee animal and plant habitat along the one-kilometre river frontage which comprises Wilabalangaloo.

Janet Reiners, the daughter of a significant early local photographer, donated the property to the National Trust in 1971 as a flora and fauna reserve. It was originally part of the large grazing property, Cobdogla Station. The name Wilabalangaloo is thought to be derived from an Aboriginal word meaning ‘the place of red, yellow and brown stones’, a link to the colours in the cliffs.

There are three trail options/links, each each commencing and finishing at the
trailhead near the carpark and homestead:

  • Mallee Circuit (marked in red, 1.7km circuit)
  • River Link (marked in blue, 820m one-way). Return on short section of Mallee Circuit then Lookout Spur is 1.5km)
  • Lookout Spur (marked in green, 680m return)

The longest combination of these links is about 2.5 kms and will take about an hour.

Downloads

Download KML/KMZ file
Download GPX file

Photos