Registrations close 3pm Friday 29 September, 2017
We start from the midst of the suburbs, before descending into a hidden gully and along the Field River. Our journey then leads us through some little known ruins where we discover a part of our early colonial mining past. Find out about our early history, and uncover a connection to the Heysen Trail.
Tea and Coffee provided afterwards.
Sunday 1 October, 2017
Meeting location details will be provided after you have registered for this walk.
(under 18 years of age AUD $1)
Golden Boots cards
This is a circular walk.
You will be crossing the river at several points. Depending on recent weather, you will get your feet wet. Please ensure to bring an extra pair of shoes to change into.
Event created: 4:00pm Tuesday 1 November, 2016 Event last edited: 7:10pm Tuesday 19 September, 2017
The Friends of the Heysen Trail is the primary partner in maintaining the Heysen Trail. A regular walking program occurs year-wide, with different grades of walks catering for beginners to experienced walkers.
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South Australia’s 1,200km
Heysen Trail extends from Cape Jervis, on the Fleurieu Peninsula, to Parachilna Gorge, in the Flinders Ranges, traversing coastal areas, native bushland, rugged gorges, pine forests, vineyards, rich farmland and historic towns, catering for both the serious backpacker hiking the entire trail and for walkers doing day walks along shorter sections. More about the Heysen Trail.