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Other trails around the City of Salisbury

Discover the beauty of nature with our nature-friendly walking trails in the City of Salisbury. Explore scenic paths and immerse yourself in the tranquility of our surroundings.

The Paddocks Wetlands 6

Step into the natural wonders of the City of Salisbury, where exploring the beauty of nature is easy and enjoyable.

From the peaceful charm of Greenfield Wetlands to the scenic delights of Mawson Lakes loop, including the captivating Dry Creek Reserve and lakeside panoramas, each trail offers a unique experience for nature enthusiasts. Dive into the fascinating ecosystem of the St Kilda Mangrove Trail or immerse yourself in the playful charm of Lowie's Loop Nature Play Trail. Whatever your interest, the City of Salisbury invites you to embrace the outdoors and discover the beauty that surrounds us.

Lowie’s Loop Nature Play Trail (1km)

Lowie’s Loop is a 1km children’s exploratory nature play trail that encourages children to get out and explore the natural environment.

Springbank Boulevard Reserve (1.6km)

The southern wetlands are a re-created wetland catchment and for water quality improvement. It’s teeming with birdlife – there are plenty of ducks and other waterfowl. The gravel paths are well maintained and make for an easy 20 minute stroll. The paved and gravel paths are suitable for wheels, including kids bikes, prams and wheelchair users (the paved paths are alongside the road sections).

Mawson Lakes loop (2.2km)

Enjoy a 2.2km loop walk around the main lake at Mawson Lakes. The trail extend with some of the nearby Dry Creek Trails network.

Greenfields Wetlands Nature Trail (1.3km)

The wetlands are home to over 160 species of birds, eight species of fish, four species of frog, yabbies, long-necked tortoise and numerous aquatic invertebrates. More than 25 species of aquatic plants thrive in wetlands.


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