Local Wellbeing Walks - Southern Fleurieu

These walks are mostly of an easy to moderate level of difficulty and take 1.5-2 hours to complete. Four of the walks include sections of the long-distance Heysen Trail. This trail is closed during the fire season, from early May to November; for season dates, check the South Australian Country Fire Service website at https://www.cfs.sa.gov.au/ For all of these walks, users should assess the fire risk according to season and weather. Forested areas present a greater potential fire risk. Walkers also need to watch for traffic while walking alongside roads.
Use of these walks is entirely at users' risk and the Normanville Natural Resource Centre disclaims all responsibility for adverse consequences arising from use of this document.

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Walk 1 - Myponga Reservoir
Walk 2 - Myponga Causeway
Walk 3 - Yulte Conservation Park to Hindmarsh Valley Road
Walk 4 - Second Valley Forest at Inman Valley
Walk 5 - Carrickalinga Coast to Normanville
Walk 6 - Normanville Heights
Walk 7 - Bungala Park to Normanville Beach
Walk 8 - Normanville Beach to HMAS Hobart Memorial Lookout
Walk 9 - Ingalalla Falls
Walk 10 - Mount Hayfield Track
Walk 11 - Wirrina Coast
Walk 12 - Second Valley Heritage Walk
Walk 13 - Second Valley Forest at Second Valley
Walk 14 - Cape jervis Nature Trail via Morgans Beach
Walk 15 - Cape Jervis Coast to Fishery Beach
Walk 16 - Talisker Silver-Lead Mine
Walk 17 - Deep Creek Spring Wildflower Walk
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