Follow the meandering Onkaparinga River through the Onkaparinga National Park from coastal town Port Noarlunga.
Extend your nights stay to enjoy outdoor dining and fun at the beach, jetty and reef. Hike through the Onkapringa National park exploring the cliffs and ravines. Return along the river, though the sand dunes and along the white sandy beaches back to your beachfront accommodation for a colourful sunset.
Kaurna meyunna, Kaurna yerta tampendi (recognising Kaurna people and Kaurna land) Walking Trail for Karrawirra Parri (River Torrens) and Adelaide City area.
The Kaurna meyunna, Kaurna yerta tampendi walking trail:
● Honours and recognises the Kaurna people and their traditional ownership and custodianship of the Adelaide Plains;
● Is dedicated to Kaurna people and their descendants-past, present and future;
● Is a gift to the Kaurna people;
● Provides a focal point for reconciliation and cultural activities;
● Is a symbol of healing;
● Embodies the spirit of partnership between indigenous and non-indigenous people;
● Will help raise awareness of Kaurna history and culture through education; and
● Is relevant to historical and cultural tourism.
The Kaurna meyunna, Kaurna yerta tampendi Walking Trail begins at the foyer of the Festival Centre with a Kaurna sculpture. The trail then proceeds West on the southern side of Karrawirra Parri (Torrens River) before turning east on the northern side of Karrawirra Parri and then heading back along North Terrace and taking in the Migration Museum, the South Australian Museum and the Art Gallery of South Australia.
Detailed Kaurna meyunna, Kaurna yerta tampendi Walking Trail Guides are available at the Adelaide City Council Customer Service Centre or alternatively, from the Aboriginal Education Unit, the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Global Education Centre, the Migration Museum, the South Australian Visitor and Travel Centre, Tandanya, the Environment Shop and the Wilderness Shop.