|Type of Walk||Guided|
|Tour Length||6 hours|
|Tour Starts & Ends||Clare|
Bush Walking and Wine Tasting are 2 of lifes joys and this little tour combines both of them in the stunning scenery of the Spring Gully Conservation Park and Skilly Hills region
Spring Gully Conservation Park is located just South West of the Clare Township and preserves the only stand of red stringybark (Eucalyptus macrorhyncha) in South Australia, which is a relic population left behind from a wetter time, the nearest populations occurring near Dubbo in New South Wales and Cape Otway in Victoria.
It is also home to the white beauty spider orchid Caladenia argocalla, a species listed both nationally and at state level as “endangered” which can be found int he colder months of the year
The Spring Gully terrain consists of heavily wooded step gullies and open areas where fantastic views over the plains to the west can be had.
This is a guided tour consisting of 10km walking trail taking in the whole park, a campfire lunch at a beautiful private spot overlooking the entire Clare Valley with the day is finished off with 2 cellar door visits
- Pick up and drop off from your Clare Accommodation
- Campfire Lunch
- Experienced Hiking Guide
- 2 Cellar Dor Visits
- Tasting Fees
Clare Valley Wilderness & Wine Trail Notes
- This is a self guided tour, you are required to follow a well marked trail, you will be provided with a trail map and notes
- The total length of the trail is 60km, the daily walking requirement is approx 15km per day
- Prices quoted are AUD – (Australian Dollars).
- Walkers will need to provide appropriate footwear and clothing.
- We provide a ‘rescue me’ service in the event of severe whether or injury.