Sturt River Linear
Park Trail Upgraded

Sturt River Linear
Park Trail Upgraded

We have worked with local councils to complete an upgrade of the Sturt River Linear Park Trail in Coromandel Valley.

What we've done

The Marshall Liberal Government has upgraded a section of the Sturt River Linear Park Trail as part of our record investment in South Australia’s parks.

This $3.5 million project links existing tracks to create a continuous two-kilometre trail for walkers, runners, cyclists and tourists to enjoy.

The Sturt River Linear Park Trail will eventually stretch from Glenelg to Coromandel Valley – connecting the hills to the coast.

This is part of our record investment in parks across the state, protecting our precious environment and ensuring people are able to visit and enjoy our picturesque open spaces for generations to come.

What it means for you

  • Better places for you, your friends and family to get outside and connect with nature
  • More places to relax or be active while learning about an area’s rich history and natural environment
  • Protecting our environment for you now and for future generations

Policy snapshot

  • We have completed a continuous two-kilometre section of the Sturt River Linear Park Trail in Coromandel Valley.
  • This trail will eventually stretch from Glenelg to Coromandel Valley – connecting the hills to the coast for walkers, runners, cyclists and tourists.
  • Part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s record investment in South Australia’s parks.
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We have worked with local councils to complete an upgrade of the Sturt River Linear Park Trail in Coromandel Valley.

We have worked with local councils to complete an upgrade of the Sturt River Linear Park Trail in Coromandel Valley.