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St Kilda Mangrove Trail and Interpretive Centre

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Cockle Street, St Kilda, Salisbury, South Australia 5110, Australia
8280 9355
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Could be so much better

The mangrove trail has/had the potential to be so much better. We visited on a Saturday: the first... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2017
bobjanh
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Brisbane, Australia
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Easy boardwalk

The only bad thing here was the enormous quantity of mozzies, so come prepared. Boardwalk self... read more

Reviewed 10 April 2017
andydownunder
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Adelaide, Australia
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“nice walk” (2 reviews)
“board walk” (2 reviews)
“easy access” (2 reviews)
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Cockle Street, St Kilda, Salisbury, South Australia 5110, Australia
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8280 9355
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Reviewed 19 June 2017 via mobile

The mangrove trail has/had the potential to be so much better. We visited on a Saturday: the first thing you find is that you need a key card to enter the trail. That required a short drive to a nearby cafe where either a deposit...More

2  Thank bobjanh
Reviewed 10 April 2017

The only bad thing here was the enormous quantity of mozzies, so come prepared. Boardwalk self guided walk through the mangroves. It's good

Thank andydownunder
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Easy access for strollers or wheelchair as it is a board walk. Walk along the boardwalk and enjoy the mangrove. Spot the sea birds or if in luck you may even spot a dolphin

1  Thank hellokathyclark
Reviewed 16 March 2017

This is just a great place to go and wander along the boardwalk that takes you through and over the mangroves - one of Adelaide's undiscovered secrets.

1  Thank Vandieman111
Reviewed 11 August 2016 via mobile

Nice nature work to enjoy solo or with partner, friends etc. go for a nice walk, have a chat and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Thank Wade-Tyson
Reviewed 28 July 2016

this boardwalk is great for nature lovers and bird watchers. it has hides and sections of it have wheel chair Access

Thank Paul P
Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

Let me just start off by saying this is in ADELAIDE SA, NOT MELBOURNE. I throughly enjoyed the walk. It's a peaceful, easy, free walk. Walking amongst the mangroves over the water was wonderful.

1  Thank websjas
Reviewed 13 June 2016

We followed the signs to the Mangrove Walk then found that we needed an access key from the kiosk by the boat ramp. Unfortunately there is no path directly there and back so in the car and drive and park at the kiosk which also...More

Thank GordonAdelaide
Reviewed 28 January 2016

Must see Adelaide attraction. Well prepared and maintained walk which manages to be both educational and relaxing. Highly recommended.

Thank Michal R
Reviewed 5 January 2016 via mobile

A nice little walk along a boardwalk with a local cat that sometimes greets you at the gate. Better to go before late afternoon as there can be many and I mean many mosquitos around the area

Thank Sammy E
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