Located only 12 km from Adelaide, the Yurrebilla Trail is one of the state’s most user-friendly long distance trails. Starting at Belair Railway Station, you can hike the 54-kilometre Yurrebilla Trail in its entirety in three days, or take it at your leisure and walk one or more half-day sections of the trail in the area of your choice.
There are two guides available, both of which are out of print and of limited availability – they may be difficult to source.
- Yurrebilla Trail: Bushwalking Map (as shown on this page), fold-out 1:20 000 topographic map with trail notes
- Yurrebilla Trail: A Hiker’s Guide, booklet with extensive trail notes, and fold out 1:20 000 topographic map inside cover
The Yurrebilla Trail is covered in our Find a Place to Walk directory:
- Section 1: Belair Railway Station to Eagle-on-the-Hill (17.5 km)
- Section 2: Eagle-on-the-Hill to Summertown (7 km)
- Section 3: Summertown to Norton Summit (9 km)
- Section 4: Norton Summit to Morialta (7.5 km)
- Section 5: Morialta to Ambers Gully (River Torrens) (13 km)
Department for Environment and Heritage (now Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources)
Adelaide, South Australia
Digital download, Map sheet
84cm x 63cm (folded to 21cm x 10cm)
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