The Friends of Belair National Park guided walk is back this month. The walk will be held on Tuesday 14 July and repeated on Sunday 19th July 2020. The 2 hour walk starts at 2pm but participants are requested to be at the meeting point at 1.45pm. The guided walks are free and open to the public. Entry to the park is also free for people participating in the walk. You need to let the ranger at the park entrance know and he/she will let you in. Also, he/she can direct you to the meeting point if it is your first time.
These are nature walks or strolls with the guides imparting their knowledge on the native vegetation, various plants and flowers encountered in the park. These walks are pleasurable, easy and suitable for people of any fitness level. At this time of the year, some parts of the ground may be slippery, so be sure to have suitable footwear.
Belair National Park located in the Adelaide Hills region is the State's oldest national park. Spanning over 835 Hectares, the park is home to much native fauna and flora.
Reservations are not required. Just show up if you are interested. For more information see their Facebook.