walking trail is a total
distance of 6.3kms, along the coastline, from
the town jetty to Pitts Cutting - south of the
trails provide walking, cycling and disbaled
access to our coastal reserves, with rest areas
and lookout points along the way. Along
the walking trail is adult gym equipment that
can be used inconjunction with your walk.
Stage 1 (Approximately 2.3km
trail links the Foreshore Caravan Park and the
walk offers great views of the Gulf St Vincent,
the Adelaide Hills and Gile Point jetty and
silos. The ore carrier the
"Äccolade II" can be seen daily sailing
from Adelaide Brighton Cements Kleins Point
From the beach walk,
Pelicans, Black Swans and many other water birds
can be seen wading in the shallows.
Interpretive signage of the many different bird
species is situated along the trail.
The native vegetation in this
area was destroyed by fire in 1994 and has been
re-established with natural germination, and
some replanting by the Stansbury Tidy Towns
Stage 2 (Approximately
2.0 kms return) Wheelchair
From the town jetty, a paved pathway promenades
along the foreshore through the Stansbury
Seaside Market sites and children's playground
to the Foreshore Caravan Park. The
adult gym equipment is located along this
section of the walking trail.
Dolphins can often be seen gracing the shallow
waters of the bay in the early morning and late
Stage 3 (Approximately
2.0 kms return)
This walk can be taken via the beach or or the
cliff top trail as an extension to stage one.
The trail commences at the turning point of
stage one to the rear of the cemetery.
Appreciate the elevated coastal views from many
vantage points along the cliff top and enjoy low
scrub with it's diversity of nature, grasses and