Show all

Salisbury East

Show all

Cobbler Creek Recreation ParkSalisbury East (6) → City of Tea Tree Gully | Kaurna Country |
Parent Areas
Expand list to find more
Child Areas
Refine list to other areas
Map of bushwalks in Salisbury East
List of bushwalks in Salisbury East
Found 6 walks

Babbler Loop
3.6 km circuit
45 min to 1 h 30 min
Babbler Loop
3.6 km

45 min to 1 h 30 min


20 min to 40 min

Starting from the car park next to the playground at the end of Smith Road, Salisbury East, this walk takes you on a circuit around Cobbler Creek Recreation Park via the Babbler Loop. Cobbler Creek Recreation Park is a popular destination for walkers and mountain bikers, with an excellent network of purpose-built trails, and contains the largest remaining stand of mallee box grassy woodland in the Adelaide Plains, providing important habitat for endangered bird species. The Babbler Loop climbs to the top of the park, passing through mallee box grassy woodland, weeping pittosporum and Christmas bush, offering excellent views of Salisbury, the Adelaide Plains and Gulf St. Vincent, as well as a great spot to watch the sunset. The Kites and Kestrels adventure playground incorporates the environment into the play space, featuring unique climbing structures inspired by tree-top raptor nests, as well as swings, slides, sandpits and a flying fox. Next to the playground is a picnic area with shelters, seating, barbecues, drinking fountains and toilets. This loop consists of well-signposted, gently undulating fire tracks and shared-use trails, suitable for walkers and cyclists of average fitness levels. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.



Transport options
To start

Found 6 walks