Thomson-Pfitzner Plaster Trail Hike

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The Thomson-Pfitzner Plaster Trail Hike follows the old wooden railway line that runs from
Inneston to Stenhouse Bay

There are a series of interpretive signs depicting the local environment and history along the way.

The Thomson-Pfitzner Plaster Trail Hike is a 3 hours hike, with a return length of 7.6 kilometres.

Access to the start of the trail is just after the horse stable ruins at Inneston, or in the reverse direction from Stenhouse Bay.

Please note: park entry is bookable online prior to arrival.

Facilities

Aboriginal Culture Beaches & Surf Carpark History & Heritage Nature & Wildlife

Nearby Things to Do

View All
Studio Surf

Studio Surf

Marion Bay, Yorke Peninsula

One of many kings landed onboard Wingman

SA Fishing Charters

Marion Bay, Yorke Peninsula

Redfish

Keen as Fish – SA Fishing Charter

Marion Bay, Yorke Peninsula

Ethel Beach, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia

Ethel Beach

Inneston, Yorke Peninsula

Cape Spencer Lighthouse

Cape Spencer Lighthouse

Marion Bay, Yorke Peninsula

Raptor - ready for the day!

Reel Action Fishing Charters

Marion Bay, Yorke Peninsula

Contact Us