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Walking Trails

Experience rugged coastline, dramatic cliffs, country roads and farm views as you embark on some of the most spectacular walking trails in South Australia.

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Whale Walk – Encounter Bikeway

This self-guided walk takes you along the coastal Encounter Bikeway trail from Victor Harbor to the whale sanctuary at Basham Beach, where whales may be spotted from shore between May and October. Before you start, why not visit the SA Whale Centre to learn more about Southern Right…

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Kaiki Trail Granite Island

This walking trail takes you on a journey around Granite Island Recreation Park.  Granite Island is around 62 acres and is one of the most recognised ecological attractions in Victor Harbor due to its unusual granite formations with crashing white waves, elevated views, flora and fauna, and walking trails that…

  • Granite Island Recreation Park, Granite Island Road, Victor Harbor SA, Australia
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Hindmarsh River Trail

The Hindmarsh River Trail is an easy stroll encompassing a variety of significant ecological aspects including flood plains, paperbark woodlands, sand dunes, a lagoon and estuary.

  • Bridge Terrace, Victor Harbor SA, Australia
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Inman River Trail

Starting at Muwerang (Kent Reserve), the last documented campground of the local Ramindjeri people, this self-guided trail is an easy stroll following the banks of the Inman River, known to the Narringdjeri people as ‘Moo-oola’ and ‘Moogoora’. Length: 8km return Difficulty: Moderate Terrain: Flat Start: Kent Reserve – Muwerang View…

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Hindmarsh Falls

The picturesque Hindmarsh Falls are best viewed in winter and spring and after heavy rainfall. The falls are located approximately 18km from Victor Harbor, off Myponga Road.

  • Hindmarsh Falls, Hindmarsh Falls Road, Hindmarsh Valley SA, Australia
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Town Centre Heritage Trail

Since 2010, the City of Victor Harbor has identified many State and Local Heritage Listed Buildings and provided them with a blue heritage plaque. There are over 50 plaques, each one promoting and informing the community and visitors of our rich and diverse built heritage. Please enjoy your adventure in…

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Nangawooka Flora Reserve

A native flora reserve set on 5 acres - nature lovers will be delighted.

  • Nangawooka Flora Reserve, 15 Nangawooka Track, Hindmarsh Valley SA 5211, Australia
  • 08 85510703
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Encounter Bikeway

The Encounter Bikeway is an on-road and shared trail that links the four coastal towns of the City of Victor Harbor and the Riverport Town of Goolwa, via the coastal towns of Port Elliot and Middleton. The total distance of The Bikeway is 30km. However a range of riding/walking distances…

  • Rosetta Head, Encounter Bay Victor Harbor, SA 5211, Australia
  • (08) 8551 0777
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Heritage Trail, Heysen Spur Trail

Also known as Kings Head Hike, the trail highlights cultural, environmental and historical points of interest.  Explore the beaches and headlands between Petrel Cove and Kings Beach. Watch out for dolphins and whales off shore. Understand the landscape, geology and European and Aboriginal history through the interpretive signage along the…

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Heritage Discovery Trail

This self guided trail takes you on a driving tour to discover 26 historically significant buildings located around Victor Harbor. Victor Harbor has a rich and diverse history, with stories told through many of our built heritage places. A number of places of historical interest have been identifed, and their…