Section 2: Follow new signage to safely cross Main South Rd directly in front of the Victory Hotel and south of the intersection with Sellicks Beach Rd.
Section 7: Hallelujah! There is no water in the creekbed. Walkers should be able to cross Peters Creek by using steps down and following the paving blocks across the creek bed.
General caution to those using AllTrails. Several of the Willunga Basin Trail entries on AllTrails are very inaccurate and can lead to trespass or walking in areas where there are environmental concerns and first nation sensitivities. Please check AllTrail maps against the maps on this website before walking.


SECTION 1: Willunga to Louds Hill Rd

10.7 km Moderate Hike Grade 3


FROM: the junction of St Andrews Terrace & High St, Willunga, SA 5172 

TO: the intersection of Louds Hill Rd, Range Rd West, & Mt Terrible Rd, Pages Flat, SA 5172

From the section end post at the intersection of High St and St Andrews Terrace travel south along St Andrews Terrace towards the tunnel under the Victor Harbor Rd. Go through the tunnel using the pavement on the western side and immediately turn right.

A path follows the edge of the Victor Harbor Rd, at first through trees and then next to the fence on the roadside. After a kilometre, with a good outlook to the coast, you reach a stile. Climb this onto Martin Rd which leads up to Colville Rd. You will find The Farm on the corner, a charming place to eat, open Friday to Sunday.

Turn right onto Colville Rd and follow it using the wide verge, to Delabole Rd. Turn left up Delabole Rd. Soon you start a steady climb which goes all the way to the top.

2.7 kms up Delabole Rd, there is an interesting short spur track to view the old Delabole settlement and slate quarry. This is where Cornish miners, who came to quarry the Willunga slate, lived. Their Chapel, which has been beautifully restored as a private residence, is nearby.

After returning to Delabole Rd, continue to the top and turn right along Range Rd West. Walk along the top of the Range to the intersection with Wakefield Rd and continue right, on Range Rd West, now unsealed. Soon you will have views across to Aldinga and the coast, as well as the country on the southern side of the Range. After passing some rural properties you reach the section end post at the intersection of Range Rd West, Louds Hill Rd and Mt Terrible Rd.


  • Louds Hill Rd is a closed road from the north, so access to the start of Section 2, from the north, via Delabole or Bangor Rd then Range Rd and from the south, via Pages Flat Rd and Louds Hill Rd 

Car parking:

  • parking can be scarce in Willunga but there is parking at the Rose Garden on Aldinga Rd, 400m west of the junction of St Andrews Terrace & High St, Willunga 




When planning a walk please check local weather conditions to ensure a safe and comfortable experience CHECK LOCAL WEATHER 

Fire Danger Ratings

The Trail is closed when the Fire Danger rating is Extreme or Catastrophic. These are Total Fire Ban Days; most likely to occur between the first of November and April. The Trail is in District 2 Mt. Lofty Ranges FIRE DANGER RATINGS


When planning to walk along the beach (Section, 3,4 & 5) it is important to check predicted height and timing of the local tides to ensure access to the beach. CHECK TIDES