Walking is one of the easiest ways in the world to be physically active and you can do it virtually anywhere with just a comfortable pair of shoes and/or a sturdy stroller. But in case you need some more motivation, experience the walking trails at Carrick Hill.
Take in the amazing views walking around the perimeter of the formal gardens and grounds as well as the Children’s Story Book Trail.
Carrick Hill contains approximately 26 hectares of native bushland which includes the Yurrebilla Trail and the Max Holbrook Trail for the more adventurous.
Connect with the Yurrebilla Trail
Section1: Belair National Park to Eagle on the Hill, Yurrebilla Trail Walk listed on the Walking SA website includes the Carrick Hill bushland.
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Walk along the Max Holbrook Trail
One of the key Community Projects for the Rotary Club of Brownhill Creek, in recent years has been the establishment and maintenance of two walking trails in the Brownhill Creek area. The first is the Max Holbrook walking trail (named in honour of past member Max) which takes the walker from the Carrick Hill car park to the top of Brownhill