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The Yurrebilla Trail

Listed under Walking in Adelaide, Australia.

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Easy starting point ex-Adelaide the Yurrebilla Trail runs through the Belair National Park linking some of the most scenic bits of the Adelaide Hills. A gentle 54kms this is an organised track with plenty of information and markers along the way good for beginners as a series of day trips or done in two or three by seasoned walkers. If you’re not a bushwalker and a visitor to Australia this is a pretty walk you can easily do on your own in tame but pretty country.

South Australian Parks Information on the Yurrebilla Trail.

Written by  Toby Hallston.

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