Kidman Trail

Length: 269km (total), 14km (Onkaparinga region)
Difficulty level: Easy/ModerateHorse ridingCyclingWalking
Access: walking, cycling, horse riding
Setting: On-road / road verge trail




The Kidman Trail is a 269km multi use horse riding, cycling and walking trail. Spanning through the Fleurieu Peninsula, Adelaide Hills, Murraylands, Barossa and Clare Valley tourism regions the trail comprises roadsides, forest tracks, private land and unmade road reserves with trail markers indicating the route. The trail is named after Sir Sidney Kidman, a prominent local pastoralist and horse breeder. A number of trailheads provide information on horse yarding, campsites and float parking along the route. The trail is managed in partnership with State and local government and peak industry bodies.

Approximately 14kms of the Kidman Trail traverses the City of Onkaparinga in the Willunga Basin region. 

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