Bushwalking is a fantastic way to connect with nature, keep fit and spend time with family and friends.
South Australia's national parks feature a range of trails that let you experience a diversity of landscapes. Our trails cater for all levels of fitness and adventure and our classification system makes it easy to select an experience suitable for you.
There is an extensive network of bushwalking trails within the surrounding Cleland Conservation Park please visits the park page for more information.
- Cleland Wildlife Park via Harford Trail.
- Waterfall Gully Road. Walk along Winter Track and Long Ridge Track to the Wildlife Park and then on to Harford Trail and up to the Summit.
- Measdays Lookout off the old Mount Barker Road, from there follow the Adventure Hike to the Summit.
- Park trail maps
On almost any morning of the year the trail attracts a range of people: some casually walking, others using it as a
training walk, some runners, and others with heavy-simulated packs training for distant hiking locations like Nepal.
As the walk involves some steep sections, the time taken to walk the trail can vary significantly.
On a busy weekend, car parking at Waterfall Gully can be limited.