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Walking Trails

We are lucky enough to live on the doorstep of the Onkaparinga River National Park with plentiful walking trails throughout. There are diverse hik­ing trails which take you to cliff tops with mag­nif­i­cent views, or down to per­ma­nent rock pools teem­ing with life. You’ll see rugged ridge tops and the nar­row riv­er val­ley of the

spec­tac­u­lar Onka­paringa Gorge.

Shared-use trails also offer oppor­tu­ni­ties for moun­tain bike rid­ers and horse rid­ers to enjoy the rugged beau­ty of the park 


Shared paths

There are numerous dedicated paths throughout the McLaren Vale region that are specifically for cycling and walking. These paths are safe and walking, cycling or riding through beautiful scenery of McLaren Vale is a great way to experience the area.

The Flat to Vale Trail connects McLaren Flat and McLaren Vale and is only minutes from us. It is a scenic 3.6km walk or ride and lined with Red Gums.

The Shiraz Trail is flanked by rolling vineyards and 

some of McLaren Vale's best wineries. It is a shared

path for walkers and cyclists and links McLaren Vale

to Willunga. The 8km long path offers spectacular

rural views over vineyards and the Willunga Range,

along a linear reserve lined with gums and wild olives.

The Shiraz Trail is a smaller extension of the longer

35km Coast to Vines Rail Trail and a popular choice for Fleurieu Peninsula visitors and locals alike. 

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