Adelaide is ideal for cycling, walking and running. With great tracks and trails all over the city's Park Lands, you're spoilt for choice.
No matter what your level of fitness is, there will be a running loop to suit you. There are six loops to choose from surrounding the beautiful River Torrens / Karrawirra.
- Torrens Weir - 2.5km loop
- Riverbank - 0.5km loop
- Frome Road - 0.8km loop
- Red Gum Forest - 1.9km loop
- University Footbridge - 1.0km loop
- All loops (Weir return) - 2.2km loop
One very popular running circuit in the City is the Uni Loop located between Mackinnon Parade and War Memorial Drive. This is an unsealed circuit, that is tree lined and contains distance markers every 200 metres to keep you on track.
- University Loop - 2.2km loop
River Torrens Linear Park Trail
This shared use trail runs from the sea to the hills passing through the city via Bonython Park and Elder Park. There are some great walks and runs along this trail, which take in some of the best sites of the city’s river precinct.
Victoria Park Fitness Trails
This 1.9km unsealed circuit is a great place for a run or walk within the large open expanses of Victoria Park. The circuit features a series of fitness stations containing outdoor fitness equipment to ensure a full body workout.
A linear fitness trail with multiple exercise elements is also provided along the Park Lands Trail in the north west area of Victoria Park.
Victoria Park Criterium Track
This circuit is designed to accommodate every cyclist - from racers to casual cyclists. The circuit is 1.1 to 1.4km long, 9 metres wide and is home to criterium racing and pedal prix events.
Please be mindful of other park users when using the track outside of event times by riding in a clock-wise direction, using lights after dark, and not using remote controlled vehicles on the track.