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Wirrina Coastline Walk (Fleurieu Peninsula)

Overview

A 3 hour guided walk featuring a historic cave, a prehistoric beach, an upside-down cliff, over 1700 million years of geology, the Tjilbruke story and a spectacular western Fleurieu coastline at low tide. You must have sturdy enclosed footwear to do this walk because some of it requires walking across rough rocks and boulders. NO thongs, sandals, crocs, flats, moccasins, high heels or bare feet. Moderate agility is required for this tour. The natural terrain we walk over is unsuitable for prams, wheelchairs or anyone with mobility or balance problems. Young children may need to be carried by parents. Dates by arrangement, subject to favourable tide and weather conditions. What to bring: - camera - sturdy, enclosed shoes - water- - sunscreen, hat & sunglasses - clothing appropriate for weather forecast 1 to 11 people per tour Meet at the HMAS Hobart Memorial Lookout car park which is 5 km south of Normanville; on the west side of the Fleurieu Peninsula. Our minibus shuttles you from there to the start of the walk. The walk takes about 3 hours to return to the Memorial.

Features

  • Service Schedule

    Tour is subject to our availability, and a low tide.

  • Minimum Capacity

    1

  • Maximum Capacity

    11

  • Transport

    Land - Motorised
    Land - Self Propelled

  • Vertical classifications

    Half Day or Less

  • fitness

    Moderate