Best Hiking Trails in Adelaide

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Adelaide, SA. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. Deadset the best!


Morialta Falls Road, Woodforde, Adelaide, SA 5072 Directions

Since 1915

Walking Trails, Bird Watching, Nature Trips, Bushwalking, Playground, Parking, Public Transport, BBQ's, Plants, Animals, Outdoor and Sport Climbing, Flora and Fauna, Picnic Areas, Waterfalls, Picnics, Guided Tours, Wildlife & Birds

Enjoy the rugged ridges, gully scenery and seasonal waterfalls that makeup Morialta Conservation Park. The three waterfalls along Fourth Creek are popular features of the park and are linked by an extensive network of walking trails. Visits the park during spring or winter when the water flow is strongest and orchids and wildflowers are at their brightest. Provides habitat for small reptiles, frogs and birds


Mon - Sun 8:30 am - 15 Minutes Before Sunset
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Upper Sturt Road, Belair, Adelaide, SA 5052 Directions

Since 1891

Bird Watching, Horse Riding, Adventure Playground, Tennis Courts and Ovals, Orienteering, Plants and Animals, Flora and Fauna, Cycling, Bushwalking, Dogs on Lease, Toilets, Horse-Riding Trails, BBQ Facilities, Wildflowers, Virtual Tour, Picnic Areas, Public Transport, Walking, & Mountain Biking

It is the ideal place to get active in the great outdoors. There are woodlands and lakes to explore, walking and mountain biking trails to suit all levels of fitness, plus tennis courts and cricket pitches available for hire. Visits mornings and evenings for the best chance to view most wildlife. Dogs are welcome in this park. Provides an insight into the fire stick farming activities of the Kaurna people

ABN 38 093 387 757


Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
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115 Maryvale Rd, Athelstone, Adelaide, SA 5076 Directions

Since 1993

Bushwalking, State Park, Information Office, Private Landholdings, Plants and Animals, Picnics, Picnic Grounds, Toilets, Wildflower Garden, Walking Trails, Bird Watching & Public Transport

Enjoy the spectacular scenery of rugged ridges and native plants and animals. The park covers an area of 684 hectares and features the low she-oaks which give Black Hill its name. Offers a stunning display of native flowers in the spring including many delicate and colourful orchid species


Open 24 Hours
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