Self-guided walking trails, designed to suit all fitness levels, wind their way around the beautifully restored wetlands, mallee and flood plains.
The trails provide a unique opportunity to enjoy the restored wetlands, view abundant wildlife and learn about the role the wetlands play in the River Murray system.
During our natural dry phase visitors can enjoy our unique Wetland Bed Walk.
Black Swan Hide, 2.5km; Shelduck Hide, 4.5km; Wetland Circuit, 8km.
Download our walking trail map (which contains additional information)
Boardwalk bookings are required for group visits only.
Preparing for your walk
We recommend that all visitors wear closed-toe shoes, sunscreen, hats and provide an adequate water supply when walking.
Access for Mobility Impaired
Banrock Station encourages all visitors to enjoy our walking trails. Our boardwalk is suitable for wheelchair and gopher use.
A member of our team is available to escort mobility impaired persons to our Boardwalk Car Park where they will have direct access to the boardwalk via flat terrain.
Please contact us on (08) 8583 0299 to pre-arrange this service.
Our property operates a Threatened Species Recovery Program. As a result, we are unable to allow pets access to the walking trails or Wine and Wetlands Centre.
Hot Weather Policy
In the interest of public safety, the walking trails will be closed on days where the forecasted temperature exceeds 35 degrees and/or the Fire Danger Index(FDI)
issued by the South Australian Country Fire Service(CFS) is "extreme". Visitors are advised to inquire about the local weather and fire risk conditions before planning a walk on the wetland. Contact us for further information.
No Smoking Policy
We remind the visitors that because of the risk of bushfire, our walking trails are a strict no-smoking zone.
Bicycles The terrain on our walking trails and boardwalk is unsuitable for bicycle use.
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