Footsteps in Adelaide Walk Four: River Torrens Walk

Starting Point for this walk could be at any point from the city where you can see the river. Popular with  tourists, locals, walkers, cyclists and joggers, the full length of the River Torrens Linear Path extends all the way  from Henley Beach up to the Adelaide Hills. The great thing about this walk is that you feel close to nature and you can make … Continue reading Footsteps in Adelaide Walk Four: River Torrens Walk

Footsteps in Adelaide Walk Three: Highlights of Lower North Adelaide

  Walking Lower North Adelaide and beyond  is about discovering  new cafes and unique architecture mixed in with art galleries, more parklands and yes, horses.  Major streets include Melbourne St and O’Connell St for cafes, shops and pubs, Kingston Terrace and Lefevre Terrace for magnificent mansions overlooking parklands and Tynte St and Archer St for heritage housing with a difference. Starting Point   From the corner of … Continue reading Footsteps in Adelaide Walk Three: Highlights of Lower North Adelaide

Footsteps in Adelaide Walk Two: Up High in North Adelaide

  The high end of North Adelaide is the city end and this walk includes 3 important Adelaide icons – Adelaide Oval, St Peter’s Cathedral and Light’s Vision.   Starting Point  – From the corner of North Terrace and King William St  walk about 500 metres north along King William Road past the Festival Centre until you cross the River Torrens. On your left is the Adelaide … Continue reading Footsteps in Adelaide Walk Two: Up High in North Adelaide

Footsteps in Adelaide Walk One: Along North Terrace

      North Terrace is  Adelaide`s premier  boulevard and features major cultural attractions along with trees, gardens, statues, historical buildings and food sensations all within a one kilometre walking distance. Starting point  is the King William St and North Terrace corner right at the  statue of the soldier on horse. You can look north and see the Festival Centre, Adelaide Oval and St Peters Cathedral in the … Continue reading Footsteps in Adelaide Walk One: Along North Terrace