BIKE & WALK
Historic Glenelg Self-Guided Walk
This walk can be 60 minute to a 3.5 hour self-guided walk and challenges you to uncover Glenelg’s unique past and understand more about its historical importance as South Australia’s first settlement and how it developed over the years.
It includes the the Early Glenelg route, the Glenelg Village route, and the Mansions of Glenelg route which take about 1 hour each.
Download the Historic Glenelg Walking Tour brochure to plot out your route.
Mansions of Glenelg Self-Guided Walk
This 45 minute self-guided walk of Glenelg’s historic mansions that are still situated along the esplanade and beyond. Understand how style and architectural trends developed morphing Glenelg’s streets into a suburb of character and charm.
Download the Mansions of Glenelg brochure and start your tour!
Smith Brothers Walking Trail
If you're a history buff, take the Smith Brothers Walking Trail (400m) at Adelaide Airport and learn about the first flight from England to Australia in 1919 - an epic 20,000km journey!
Digging up the Dirt - A Heritage Tour of Brompton
Brompton is a very historic, small inner city suburb laid out in the 1840s as part of the Town of Hindmarsh. Its history, and its story, is one of numerous periods of decline and growth.
'Digging up the Dirt' is a self-guided walking tour that explores Brompton and touches on the memories of those who have called in home. There are two options for doing the walk, either by brochure or by podtour. The walk takes 1.5 to 2 hours to complete and covers a distance of approximately 3kms.
Historical Walking Tour of Grange
The village of Grange was surveyed in 1878 on a portion of 390 acres originally owned by explorer Captain Charles Sturt. His home, the Grange, is included in this tour that takes in key historic sites in this quaint seaside suburb. The tour starts and ends at the Grange Jetty and takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete.