Cobbler Creek Recreation Park

National Parks and Reserves

Explore the open grassy woodlands of Cobbler Creek by bike and on foot, using the 17km network of shared-use, sustainable trails. These purpose-built trails are perfect for beginner and intermediate riders, with a couple of sections that will give even the most experienced of riders a thrill.

The trails take you to peaceful River Red Gum lined creeks, woodlands echoing with bird calls, and ridge tops with views across the Adelaide plains to the International Bird Sanctuary on Gulf St Vincent. You might see birds of prey like the Black-shouldered Kite hunting over the open grasslands, or catch a glimpse of the Red-rumped Parrot nesting in Mallee-box tree hollows.

Nestled between Golden Grove and Salisbury, this park is a fantastic introduction to the bush, a peaceful place to unwind from city life, a popular destination for walkers, and an adventure for budding mountain bike riders


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