The route is approximately 6 km with an estimated travel time of 22 minutes, without any stops.
In 2018, eight local councils partnered with the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board to install native bee hotels along the River Torrens, from the Hills to the sea. As a part of this project, three bee hotels were installed by the City of Adelaide.
You can find them at GS Kingston Park /Wirrarninthi (Park 23), the Magic Forest Garden in the Bonython Park / Tulya Wardli (Park 27) and the Mistletoe Park / Tainmuntilla (Park 11) biodiversity site.
All attendees will be required to follow the current advice (on the day) from SA Health regarding COVID19 safety. We strongly encourage people to practice physical distancing of 1.5 metres wherever and whenever possible. Do not attend if you are unwell.
How do I access the trail?
Register to get a link to the digital trail that you can follow on your smartphone.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Please consider your options for catching public transport. Free parking along Wylde Street
What can I bring into the event?
Water bottle, snacks, suitable clothing and sun protection.
Shaded seating, drinking fountains and toilets.
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The City of Adelaide is continually working on exciting projects to improve the health of our local environment. Visit our Biodiversity Projects page to find out more.
Make your own bee hotel
Follow our simple DIY Bee Hotel instructions, and make your own little bee haven for your backyard!What you'll need:
- An empty 400ml pull-ring tin
- A bundle of bamboo stakes
Plant a range of native plants that flower from early spring to late autumn to attract more bees.