Lobethal Bushland Park - Purple Trail

South Australia
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The purple trail is the longest walk in Lobethal Bushland Park and parses both the lower and upper dams. The walk is scattered with gums showing signs of regrowth after bushfires in 2020. This walk is a good way to see all the park has to offer. The purple trail has an optional extension which ads approximately 1km to the journey. This extension is included in the measurements and maps provided.

Picnic Facilities
Eucalypt Forest
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there

The park entrance is located on Kentron Valley Rd just outside of Lobethal. Here is a Google Maps link.


No maps are required for this walk as trails are clearly marked.

Route/Trail notes

There are four colour coded trails in the park.


There are no fees or permits to enter the park.

Other References

Visit the the Friends of Lobethal Bushland Park website.


Nice walk. Area is still recovering from the 2020 bushfires.

Peter on 16 Jan, 2021


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