If you want a gentle walk, stroll along the Belalie Creek. If you are more of a power walker, take to the Jacka Creek Walking Trail, a 2 km linear trail that snakes along the western edge of Jamestown. The tree-lined trail is pram and wheelchair-friendly, and ideal for youngsters on pushbikes. Or head out to Bundaleer Forest, where you can choose to amble along the Maple Walk or step up the intensity on the Conservators Walk and the Panoramic Walk. These walks all start from the picnic grounds off Springs Road, Bundaleer.
The Bundaleer Forest also provides majestic tree-lined sections of the Heysen trail. This is hiking at its best, with great climbs and breathtaking views. Catch magnificent sunrises.

BUNDALEER FOREST WALKING TRAILS

Conservator’s Trail

The Conservator’s Trail can be accessed from the picnic grounds or from the arboretum on Neindorf Road, a beautiful plantation…

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Maple Walk

Enter the Maple Walk through the cast iron gate on the western edge of the picnic grounds. The path twists…

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Scenic Trail

The Scenic Trail commences at the south-eastern end of the picnic grounds. Your effort will be rewarded with a magnificent…

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Sculpture Walk

This is a short walk, but full of family fun, thanks to a series of intriguing sculptures created as part…

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