A guide to South Australia’s walking trails

If you hadn’t already heard, today’s weather is forecast to be a glorious 26 degrees, which means that Spring is around the corner… three days away, to be exact. Even with the remainder of the week set to feature some rainier conditions, we thought we’d put together a little guide so you can get out explore some parts of South Australia you may not be familiar with by taking a trip along one of our state’s picturesque walking trails.

In South Australia, we’re spoiled for choice with places for us to get out and soak up the sunshine on. From the southern areas of the state up to the Barossa Valley, there’s a walking trail to suit everyone and cater for all views whether it be the sea or the valleys of the Adelaide Hills.

So, why not take a step outside the office and take in the taste of spring while it’s on offer? It’s the perfect opportunity to absorb some Vitamin D and see the landscapes our state loves to show off. Here’s our guide on South Australia’s top walking trails – that you can use for all that good weather coming up.

Hallett Cove Board Walk 

Good for: great ocean and coast views for the whole walk and also wooden decking so you don’t have to navigate dirt paths.

Onkaparinga National Park 

Good for: getting amongst nature and gorge views.

Three Falls Grand Walk at Morialta Falls

Good for: a national park vibe and being overwhelmed by rock formations. Also, chasing waterfalls.

Port Noarlunga South to Moana Esplanade Walk

Good for: endless Southern coastal views

Folks on The Hill Walking Circuit

Good for: wanting to stay in the CBD and learning a little about SA history.

Victoria Park Loop 

Good for: getting away from CBD without a long drive

Waterfall Gully to Mt Lofty 

Good for: Adelaide Plains Views and to take your interstate friends. Also a stop in to the Mt Lofty Botanical Gardens.

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