Marion Coastal Walking Trail

Marion Coastal Walking Trail

Marion Coastal Walking Trail
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Leny D
Collaroy Beach, Australia17 contributions
Mar. 2022 β€’ Couples
We did the walk from the Cafe at Hallett Cove to Seacliff and back, must be around 14 km, great walk with lots of steps, we didn't do the detour but we climbed the fence, easy to do, we are 65 and nearly 64 years old, I don't know why they closed off that section as no one was working on the track, I highly recommend this walk, nice cafe,s on both sides, plenty of toilets, roughly 1 and a half hour each wayπŸ˜ŠπŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸŒž
Written 7 March 2022
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Susan C
Melbourne, Australia810 contributions
May 2021
We undertook the 7-8 km walk from Marino Rocks to Hallett Cove. The start is over the rock strewn coast line of Marion rocks and finishes at Hallett Cove. The path mostly follows the coastline and there are multiple sections of boardwalk with stairs to get down and up through the gullies. There is some work being undertaken near Hallett Cove that caused us to take a diversion through some neighbouring streets. It can be a bit challenging but the views are lovely.

At Hallett Cove you can see the amphitheatre and sugar loaf (in the Hallett Cove Conservation Park) from the coast trail but it does take extra effort to explore it. I come back on a following day to explore it properly. You can eat at the Marino Rocks Cafe (Marino Rocks) at one end and the Boatshed Cafe (Hallett Cove) at the other. The first day we used two cars to walk this section. Another day I used public transport to come back to explore the features of the Hallett Cove Conservation Park.
Written 29 June 2021
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steveW7204LX
Sydney, Australia93 contributions
May 2021 β€’ Family
Great walking track with wide ocean views. Lots of up and down steps with long boardwalks in between. I’m a fit 60 and manage a good 8klm. It was a good walk before breakfast.
Written 22 June 2021
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kpiddy
Brisbane, Australia12,256 contributions
Nov. 2020
Unfortunately our plans to walk from Hallett Cove Conservation Park to Marion, coffee and back were dashed due to closure of the coastline path, we weren't prepared for the re-routed course along the neighbouring streets. Hopefully the path has reopened by now. Walking a small way along eight kilometre Marion Coastal Walking Trail was pure escape back to nature, spectacular landscape and coastline views with very few people. Good weather protection is required, no shade, full exposure to the elements, bring water. I'm sure this would be a five star hike once the path is fully open.
Written 8 March 2021
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Liisa and Dave B
Adelaide, Australia2,504 contributions
Feb. 2021 β€’ Couples
Living right near the boardwalk is a huge bonus as we get to hike the Marion coastal walking trail almost every day. The scenery never gets old as the sunsets are different each day. It’s a great workout climbing the steps and increasing our pace if we want to workout more or if we just want to enjoy a relaxed walk we go slower. So nice to always see lots of people utilising this hiking trail all hours of the day.
Written 21 February 2021
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Trip62488548650
Marino, Australia3 contributions
Apr. 2019
you can you use this for exercise of just a leisurely walk and can take you from Marino to Hallet Cove
Written 6 August 2019
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llsaPortElliot
Port Elliot483 contributions
Mar. 2019 β€’ Friends
On a warm day be sure to take water with.
Expect your heart rate to rise if you push yourself. Several sections involve stair climbing and descents.
A great walk which will get the heart rate up if you choose.
Lovely views and breeze from the ocean.
Written 20 March 2019
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Jasmine38Chichester UK
Chichester, UK1,891 contributions
Nov. 2018 β€’ Couples
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 took us 1 hr 15 mins. Highly recommended.
Written 31 October 2018
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Liisa and Dave B
Adelaide, Australia2,504 contributions
Sep. 2018 β€’ Couples
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 well as there are coffee/ice cream and or meal stops which is occasionally nice if not time restricted. This is a photographers paradise as the sunset is often so pretty! You can walk just a very short distance or you can walk or jog for many km's.So happy to have discovered this walk.Also lots of information along the way on the history and wildlife.
Written 16 September 2018
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Pam Q
Adelaide, Australia177 contributions
May 2018 β€’ Friends
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 & can be as short or as long as you want if you use the trains which run nearby. Teenagers, young adults, athletes in training & all nature walkers love this special place. The scenery is stunning in every scenery & there are points of access to the variety of beaches along this coast. Most of this walking trail is unsuitable for cyclists due to several sets of steep stairs through deep gorges but their is a cycle trail near the train track. And as if the sea, cliffs & views along the Adelaide coastline aren't enough - for an addition to this walk head up into the nearby Marino Conservation Park..
Written 15 July 2018
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