Stansbury Coastal Walks

Stansbury is part of the Walk the Yorke trail. A 6.3km coastal walking trail from the Jetty to Pitts Cutting offers great views across Gulf St Vincent. During winter and spring, native vegetation can be seen in full bloom along the cliff top walk. The trail is suitable for walking, cycling and disabled access to our coastal reserves, with rest areas and lookout points dotted along the way. Along the walking trail there is adult gym equipment for use in conjunction with your walk.

Walk the Yorke sign

Stage 1

(Approximately 2.3km return) Wheelchair

This trail links the Foreshore Caravan Park and the town Cemetery and offers great views of Gulf St Vincent, the Adelaide Hills and Giles Point jetty and silos. The ore carrier the "Äccolade II" can be seen daily sailing from Adelaide Brighton Cement’s Klein’s Point Quarry.

From the beach walk, pelicans, black swans and many other water birds can be seen wading in the shallows, and interpretive signage of the many different bird species is situated along the trail.

Stage 2

(Approximately 2.0 kms return) Wheelchair

With beautiful views of Oyster Bay, this walk extends from the town jetty. A paved pathway stretches along the foreshore and past the children's playground to the Foreshore Caravan Park.

Stage 3

(Approximately 2.0 kms return)

This walk can be taken via the beach or the cliff top trail as an extension to Stage 1. The trail commences at the turning point of Stage 1 to the rear of the cemetery and offers elevated coastal views from many vantage points along the cliff top. From here, you can also see the diversity of nature, grasses and bird life.

Walk the Yorke marker