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This is a great seaside walk that gives you a decent workout too as there quite a lot if stairs. Impressed by the length of the boardwalk. We parked and took the train from Marion to Hallett Cove Beach and walked back. Around 6km and...More
We absolutely love walking the boardwalk any time of day or evening as there is always beautiful views to capture.The steps are quite steep but as long as you have any amount of fitness they are manageable. There are toilets located few kilometers apart as...More
This walk from Brighton jetty to Hallett Cove, including the geologically important Hallett Cove conservation park offers year round beauty while exercising. I recommend it for all my visitors but am careful to make sure they know which sections suit their health & fitness &...More
The walk along the clifftops along Marino rocks offers something for everyone. Good scenery, a brisk walk, stairs, seats, views. There are also some information signs which make a start on educating about the natural surroundings. The trail can be a good workout if you...More
Don’t let my title put anyone off, it is definitely worth the effort. It is quite a strenuous walk however even in my after Christmas over indulgence period I made it. Great exercise with the benefit of great gulf views. We went from north to...More
I parked near Kingston Park in Marino, then walked from Marino to Hallet Cove along the coast, estimated 5km one way. There was a few water point and no shade, so I recommend to bring own water and a hat with you. Some part of...More
Walk is approx 5kms each way, easy walk but quite a few stairs. The ground is solid and the path is wide which makes it easier.
Not really suitable for prams - due to the stairs, but older kids would love it.
The breeze just...More
Really beautiful walk with some moderately difficult stair sections.
You can take dogs on portions of the walk (not through the Hallett Cove Conservation Park) and we found starting from Clifftop Crescent and walking away from the Conservation Park was a really good dog-friendly section.