River Torrens Linear Park Trail, Henley Beach

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River Torrens Linear Park Trail is Australia's largest hills-to-coast park. You can walk or cycle on the 30 km (19 mi) trail alongside the river that connects the foothills to the sea. It's an easy walk with the city skyline as the background and birdsongs as an accompaniment. Stop along the way to enjoy the bush, have a picnic, or visit landmarks such as the Festival Theatre or Adelaide Zoo. River Torrens Linear Park Trail is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Henley Beach Edition.
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  • Fantastic walking/cycle path from the city to Henley Beach. Some parts undulating, but nothing to big. About an hours easy ride for 50+ couple. You are spoilt for choice once you reach Henley Square f...  more »
  • Love to walk or ride along this path! Is so nice being so close to the river Torrens! Lots to see, the path can take you from the hills, through the city all the way to the beach! Awesome river interc...  more »
  • Great place to do some walking exercise, you can walk from the city until henley/grange beach. I could spot a wild koala living in one of the gum trees. Would recommend to take a city bike at Bonython...  more »
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  • Beautiful shady stroll along torrens. Saw it in very different circumstances - flooded! Whoa
  • You can ride a bike from here to the city along the park, no cars. Good for fishing and birdwatchers at the river mouth.
  • great, will be better when they complete the current repairs.
  • Great for cycling from the beach to the Adelaide hills.
  • Good for cycling and walk