Glenelg to Seacliff Coastal WalkFree
Follow the esplanade for 6 kilometres along the coast from Glenelg to Seacliff in Adelaide’s premier seaside suburbs. The continuous two-way pedestrian and cycling trail features scenic views, swimming beaches, jetties, alfresco dining, parks, sculptures, sites of aboriginal cultural significance and has full accessibility for wheel chair and pram users. Enjoy catching up with friends at one of the many cafes, restaurants, pubs or take away and enjoy the seaside atmosphere.
A highlight of the walk is the Minda Coast Park, a 500 metre long and 4 metre wide accessible pathway through the Minda Dunes that links the esplanade pathways from Somerton Park and Brighton. The Minda coastal dunes are one of only two remaining natural sand dunes along the metropolitan coast and a site of significant cultural importance to the traditional owners, the Kaurna People of the Adelaide Plains. Enjoy the native vegetation, sweeping views of the coastline, seating and picnic areas for those who need a rest or simply want to sit back and enjoy the surrounds.
The gentle amble should take about an hour and half each way. The walk is accessible by car, bike and public transport including the tram and train from the Adelaide's city centre and suburbs.
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