- A jointly funded project to build infrastructure for the Willunga Basin Trail.
- The State Government has contributed $78,000 for totems which identify the track at the beginning and end of each section and signage indicating the direction of the trail and information signs in locations of significance.
- Several structures will also be built to improve accessibility including boardwalks, foot bridges, stiles and steps set to ease the gradient and to prevent erosion.
- Willunga Basin Trail Inc., is establishing a 120 km walking trail around and across the Willunga Basin, an area of hills, forest, coast and rural land, approximately 45 kms south of Adelaide.
- The Willunga Basin Trail will link the townships and suburbs of McLaren Vale, McLaren Flat, Kangarilla, Willunga, Sellicks, Aldinga Beach, Port Willunga, Maslin Beach, Moana and Seaford.
- It will cross parks such as the Onkaparinga River National Park, Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park, Moana Sands Conservation Park, Kuitpo Forest and Manning Scrub.
- Volunteers from Willunga Basin Trial will install signs and infrastructure to make the walk accessible to the wider population.
- Onkaparinga Council supports the planning, development and management of the Willunga Basin Trail by the community, as a natural surface trail.
- The trail provides increased opportunities for local residents to enjoy walking through previously inaccessible land - bushland, farmland and along the coast as a healthy activity.
24 Jun 2021 11:53 pm