Wild South Coast Way:
New Coastal Walk

Wild South Coast Way:
New Coastal Walk

We have created a new nature-based tourism experience – the Wild South Coast Way – which is creating jobs, showcasing the beauty of our state and enhancing our natural environment.

What we've done

The Marshall Liberal Government has created the Wild South Coast Way, a multi-day walk along the Fleurieu Peninsula coastline.

We invested $6 million to upgrade the Heysen Trail between Cape Jervis and Deep Creek with a new day visitor facility, an accessible walking trail and upgrades to existing campgrounds and amenities.

These upgrades enhance our environment and showcase the beauty of our state – attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.

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
  • Protecting our environment for you now and for future generations
  • More local jobs through increased nature-based tourism

Policy snapshot

  • We have created a new, multi-day walk on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
  • We have upgraded the Heysen Trail between Cape Jervis and Deep Creek with a new visitor facility, walking trail and better campgrounds.
  • Part of our government’s record investment in South Australia’s parks.
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We have created a new nature-based tourism experience – the Wild South Coast Way – which is creating jobs, showcasing the beauty of our state and enhancing our natural environment.

We have created a new nature-based tourism experience – the Wild South Coast Way – which is creating jobs, showcasing the beauty of our state and enhancing our natural environment.