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.
Stage 1 (A return walk
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" can be seen daily sailing from
Adelaide Brighton Cements Kleins Point Quarry
crossing the Gulf to Birkenhead.
the beach walk, Pelicans and Black Sanzs can be
seen gracing the shallow waters daily.
Interpretive signage of the many different bird
species is set out along the trail.
native vegetation in this area was destroyed by
fire in 1994 and has been re-established with
natural germination, and some re-planting by the
Stansbury Progress Committee.
Stage 2 (1.2kms of
paved pathway from the town jetty to the
Foreshore Caravan Park).
Dolphins can often be seen gracing the shallow
waters of the bay in the early morning and late
Stage 3 (A
return walk of 2.4km, via the beach side or
cliff top trail).
An extension of stage 1, this trail commences
adjacent to the turn around point at the end of
stage 1, behind the Stansbury Cemetery.
This section takes approximately 50 minutes to
During later Winter and Spring, natural
vegetation can be seen in full bloom.