Wren Walk

Walking Trail Facts
4 km circuit
1 hour
Suitable for
Walking, Hiking, Trail Running
Trail Class
Grade 1, Easy Walk
Park (national park, conservation park, forest, reserve)
Sandy Creek Conservation Park
Barossa Valley
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  2. 2 GPS files
  3. 1 website link
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8 photos
Travel options
  1. Car
Travel time from Adelaide
1-2 hours
Wren Walk

About the Walking Trail

Explore Sandy Creek Conservation Park on this walk which includes the main sandy ridge in the park, which provides attractive views across the park’s heath country and peppermint box woodland. Look out for the superb fairy-wren.

The park is a tiny island in a sea of agriculture and sand quarries, conserving some of the last remaining woodlands in the Barossa Valley. Look for the superb fairy-wren and the western grey kangaroo, which are commonly encountered in this park.

The circuit can be started from either the:

Some people would consider the Wren Walk as a nicer walk than the 4km Boundary Walk, as it is mostly along walking trail (whereas the Boundary Walk is mostly wide firetrack) and the Wren Walk follows the park’s main sandy ridge which is a highlight.

The Walking Trails Support Group provide a detailed brochure, with map and some trail notes.


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