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Yul-Yan-Man and Soldiers Settlement Circuit
8.8 km circuit
2h 45 min to 4h
Yurrebilla Trail: Section 5(Morialta to River Torrens)
12 km oneway
4h to 6h
Yurrebilla Trail: Section 5(Morialta to River Torrens)
12 km
Oneway

Run
2h to 3h 15 min

Walk
4h to 6h

Starting from the 'Gate 9' carpark at the end of Moores Road, Woodforde, this walk leads to the northern end of Black Hill Conservation Park via the Moores, Fox Hill, Quarry, Black Hill, Banksia and Yurrebilla tracks. The trail meanders through eucalypt woodland teeming with wildlife, including many kangaroos and koalas. Along this hike, walkers are rewarded with excellent views back across the Adelaide Plains to the City of Adelaide, and further down to the Gulf of St Vincent. The hike starts along Moores Track, then continues along Fox Hill Track, passing Fox Dam, exiting Morialta Conservation Park onto Montacute Road. Follow Montacute Road alongside Fifth Creek, entering Black Hill Conservation Park via the Quarry Track, and continue along Black Hill Track. After a small detour to Black Hill Summit, the hike returns to Black Hill Track, continuing along the Yurrebilla Trail as it descends into Ambers Gully. The trail ends at Athelstone, near the River Torrens. There is clear signage throughout this hike, and the route is mostly along well-formed dirt tracks. There are some narrow sections with slightly rough terrain, and there are a few steep hills along the way, including a very steep downhill section at the end of the hike. 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
Views

Environment
Natural

Features


Transport options
To start
Car

From end
Car

Points of Interest
Black Hill summit
Gate 5
Gate 6
Gate 9
High Topps summit

Places & Areas
Adelaide
Adelaide Hills Council
Athelstone
Australia
Black Hill Conservation Park
Campbelltown City Council
Montacute
Morialta Conservation Park
South Australia
Woodforde


Z Bend Lookout and River Trail
2.5 km return
1h 30 min to 2h 30 min
Z Bend Lookout and River Trail
2.5 km
Return

Walk
1h 30 min to 2h 30 min

Starting from the Z Bend carpark at the end of Z Bend Access Road, Kalbarri National Park, this walk takes you past the Z Bend Lookout and down to the Murchison River Gorge via the River Trail. This is a fairly demanding hike which provides river access from the Z Bend Lookout, with spectacular scenery throughout the hike. The trail is fairly flat for the first part, with well made rocky steps providing a gradual descent to the lookout. Visitors with a good level of fitness can also hike down into the gorge and access the river's edge. The steep descent into the gorge involves some scrambling, ladder climbs, and narrow chasms to get to the bottom. Although relatively clear and straightforward, much of the trail is along unmodified rocky surfaces. Once at the bottom, you can cool off with a swim in the river before heading back to the carpark. Facilities at the carpark include informative displays, gas barbecues, picnic shelters and toilets. Beware of loose rocks and unstable surfaces, and be careful with foot placement to avoid sprains. Avoid doing this walk during the wet autumn due to high river levels and during the dangerously hot summer months. 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
Swim
Views

Environment
Natural

Features


Points of Interest
Z Bend Lookout

Places & Areas
Australia
Australia/Perth Time Zone
Kalbarri National Park
Murchison River
Shire Of Northampton
Western Australia


Zamia Trail
5.2 km circuit
1h 30 min to 2h 15 min
Zamia Trail
5.2 km
Circuit

Run
40min to 1h 15 min

Walk
1h 30 min to 2h 15 min

Starting from the Reabold Hill carpark on Scenic Drive, just off Oceanic Drive, City Beach, this walk takes you on a circuit within Bold Park via the Zamia Trail. Boasting stunning inner-city views, the Zamia Trail is a hidden gem in the Perth area. Although it's the longest walking trail in Bold Park, it's still a relatively short loop walk at just over 5 kms. Bold Park is one of the largest remaining bushland remnants in the urban area of the Swan Coastal Plain. Despite its proximity to the city, the park features an abundance of wildlife including birds, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates. The trail is dotted with little park benches, most with a beautiful view of either the city, or the ocean, making for a perfect place to have lunch in the great outdoors. A short side trail leads to Ocean Views Lookout, where there are panoramic views of the ocean and a couple of park benches to sit for a while and enjoy the views. The Zamia Trail is well signposted, with a terrain consisting mostly of compacted limestone. There are a few sloping hills along the way, requiring a reasonable level of fitness. The trail also partially overlaps a horse riding trail, so be mindful when walking through that small part of the track. Dogs are allowed, as long as they're kept on a lead. 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

Features


Transport options
To start
Bus
Car
Public Transport

Points of Interest
Ocean View Lookout viewpoint
Reabold Hill summit

Places & Areas
Australia
Australia/Perth Time Zone
Bold Park
City Beach
City of Nedlands
Mount Claremont
Town of Cambridge
Western Australia




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