Pioneer Women's Trail Walk: Hahndorf to Beaumont House

Walking in Cox Creek Reserve (Russell Millard)

Take up the challenge: follow the footsteps of pioneer women and men who walked from Hahndorf to Adelaide in the early years of the colony selling produce. Commencing at the Hahndorf Institute, the trail crosses the Onkaparinga River, winds through Bridgewater then traverses beautiful Mt George Conservation Park. It continues through Stirling, Crafers and Cleland Conservation Park before joining the Old Bullock Track and descending to Beaumont House in Burnside. Bus from Beaumont House to start (Hahndorf, Bridgewater, Stirling and Eagle-on-the-Hill) or at end of day; additional fee. Bookings preferred for walk, essential for bus. See also Heritage Harvest Festival.

Bookings preferred. Children under 16 participating must be accompanied by an adult

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Event Details

Finished

Event type

Special event

Dates and times

Sun 19 May, 8am-4pm. Official start in Hahndorf 26km, 8.30am (bus 7.30am); Bridgewater 19km, 9.30am (bus 8.30am); Stirling 12km & Eagle on the Hill 6km, 11am (bus 10am)

Location

Start: Hahndorf Institute, 59 Main St, Hahndorf. Finish: Beaumont House, 631 Glynburn Rd, Beaumont

Cost

Adult: $20.00
Child: (under 16 accompanied by adult) free
Per Person: Group of 5+ $15
Per Person: Early bird $18

Booking

Bookings preferred. Children under 16 participating must be accompanied by an adult

Contact

Annette Humphries
0451 030 357
hahndorfnationaltrust [at] gmail.com

Accessibility information

This event is not suitable for wheelchairs or for people who have difficulty walking; there are some steep and rocky, though quite short sections

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