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Cox Scrub Quarry Hike
4.5 km circuit
1 h to 1 h 30 min
Onkaparinga River Wetlands Loop
4.5 km circuit
1 h to 1 h 30 min
Onkaparinga River Wetlands Loop
4.5 km
Circuit

Walk
1 h to 1 h 30 min

Cycle

Mtb

Run
20 min to 45 min

Wheelchair
1 h to 2 h 15 min

Starting from the car park near Gate 12 on River Road, Noarlunga Downs, this walk takes you on a circuit along Onkaparinga River via the Wetlands Walk. In the gentle estuarine environment of the Onkaparinga Recreation Park, the now quietened river spills on the plains, providing views of meandering riverbanks, wetland ponds and floodplains. The park provides a natural corridor for wildlife moving from the natural and recovering landscapes upriver to the wetland estuary, abundant in life. The Wetlands Walk is located on the estuary within the recreation park and provides an insight into the fascinating and complex ecosystem of the wetlands. The changing environments along the river are home to echidnas, kangaroos, and many bird and reptile species. The trail offers great opportunities for walking, birdwatching and photography. Along the way there are interpretive signs that provide information about the flora and fauna of the area. The gravel walking trail is mostly flat, and is suitable for families with strollers, small children and wheelchair users. Toilets, sheltered picnic tables and barbeque facilities are located at the start of the trail. 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.

Highlights
Pets
Views

Environment
Natural

Transport options
To start
Bus
Car


Myponga Reservoir Trail
4.5 km circuit
1 h 15 min to 2 h
O'Halloran Hill Southern Loop
4.6 km circuit
1 h to 1 h 30 min
O'Halloran Hill Southern Loop
4.6 km
Circuit

Walk
1 h to 1 h 30 min

Run
30 min to 45 min

Starting from the car park near the Glenthorne Ranger Sta­tion off Majors Road, Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta, this walk takes you on a circuit around Glenthorne Farm. Located in Adelaide's southern suburbs, O'Halloran Hill Recreation Park, now part of Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta, consists mostly of grassy rolling hills with restored native vegetation that was formerly cleared for grazing. Walkers, mountain bikers, horse riders and dogs are welcome in the park, which offers a large open space with an extensive network of fire tracks and shared-use trails. This gentle, family-friendly walk trail meanders around Glenthorne Farm, with interpretive signage providing an insight into the park's history and future plans. The farm has a rich historical past, having been home to South Australia's first police commissioner, then later used by the Australian Army as a training ground for its mounted forces before becoming an experimental food research facility. Since 2001, Glenthorne Farm has been owned by the University of Adelaide and is mostly used as a sheep farm. It is being cared for by the Friends of Glenthorne Farm, who focus on restoring the native vegetation. This loop consists of gently undulating fire tracks, with compacted natural surfaces, suitable for most 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.

Highlights
Heritage
Pets
Views

Environment
Natural

Transport options
To start
Bus
Car


Oval Link, Border Line Green, Magpie Creek West, Gully Blue and Clematis Connector Loop
4.7 km circuit
1 h to 1 h 30 min
Oval Link, Border Line Green, Magpie Creek West, Gully Blue and Clematis Connector Loop
4.7 km
Circuit

Walk
1 h to 1 h 30 min

Mtb

Run
30 min to 45 min

Starting from the Blackwood Oval car park on Craigburn Road, Craigburn Farm, this walk takes you on a circuit around Blackwood Hill Reserve via the Oval Link, Border Line Green, Magpie Creek West, Gully Blue and Clematis Connector tracks. Blackwood Hill Reserve is one of Mitcham Council's off-leash dog parks, adjoining Sturt Gorge Recreation Park on its western boundary, and is popular for walking, jogging, horse riding, mountain biking and dog exercising. Magpie Creek runs through the reserve, which has an abundance of natural beauty and open space, containing grey box grassy woodlands and diverse plant species such as blue gum, Christmas bush, rock fern hollyhock and river bottlebrush. The reserve features a number of shared-use trails, including the Tom Roberts Horse Trail, as well as two playgrounds and access to the football club oval, with excellent views of the surrounding Mitcham Hills. This loop consists of well-signposted, gently undulating fire tracks and shared-use trails, with some uneven natural surfaces, suitable for walkers and cyclists of average fitness levels. Dogs are allowed off-leash but must be kept under effective control at all times. 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.

Highlights
Birdwatching
Pets
Views

Environment
Natural

Transport options
To start
Bus
Car
Train


Ngrugie Ngoppun Circuit
5 km circuit
1 h 30 min to 2 h
Tyms Lookout Hike
5.1 km circuit
1 h 30 min to 2 h 30 min
Tyms Lookout Hike
5.1 km
Circuit

Walk
1 h 30 min to 2 h 30 min

Run
45 min to 1 h 15 min

Starting from the car park at the intersection of Snozwells Road and the Southern Boundary Track, Ngarkat Conservation Park, this walk takes you on a circuit past Tyms Lookout via the Tyms Lookout Hike. Known for its peaceful surroundings, Ngarkat Conservation Park protects important mallee and heath communities that extend across 270,000 hectares of vegetated sand dunes, making it an ideal destination for outback adventurers with a variety of bushwalking, camping and off-road driving experiences. The park is home to a diverse range of native wildlife, including western grey kangaroos, echidnas, emus, pygmy-possums, dunnarts and over 120 species of birds, with an abundance of wildflowers and orchids, especially in spring. Located in the southwest corner of the park, this hike winds through mallee bush and climbs up to the Tyms Lookout, providing spectacular views over the vast mallee landscape and surrounding farmland. This loop consists of sandy walking trails, with some short steep hills and uneven natural surfaces, suitable for average fitness levels. Camping is available nearby at Bucks Camp, which has several campsites, caravan sites, picnic tables and campfire rings. 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.

Highlights
Birdwatching
Views

Environment
Natural
Rural

Transport options
To start
Car




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