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River Angas Walkway

Albyn Terrace, Strathalbyn, South Australia, Australia
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just a quiet walk across the river

We stop in this part of Strath at times for coffee when we travel to and from Goolwa. It is a... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
robertmountjoyrowe
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Adelaide, Australia
Beautiful park to visit

If you're in Strathalbyn, this is one of the places you should visit. Beautiful park to just take... read more

Reviewed 24 April 2017
Esther F
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Adelaide, Australia
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Albyn Terrace, Strathalbyn, South Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We stop in this part of Strath at times for coffee when we travel to and from Goolwa. It is a restful place, yet busy at times, with many birds and sometimes people!. We take the opportunity to "cater" for the dog, looking out for...More

Thank robertmountjoyrowe
Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

If you're in Strathalbyn, this is one of the places you should visit. Beautiful park to just take pictures, walk a bit before heading off elsewhere...

1  Thank Esther F
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Strathalbyn would have to have one of the best settings of any country town in SA. The beautiful park is surrounded by many buildings with period architecture. Great to relax and feed top ducks or spend some time wandering around the park then down the...More

Thank MattieB500
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

Maybe it was the occasional shower, but we didn't see another person on this pleasant and easy walk. Apart from the very occasional sound of traffic near to the town centre, this was a very peaceful way to while away an hour or so with...More

Thank Mike F
Reviewed 6 March 2017

This park is dedicated to the veterans of the Australian Armed Forces. It is beautifully laid out where people can relax on the grass watching the aquatic birds waddling to and fro. It also has a long bridge over the river Angas which takes you...More

Thank 585Rodney585
Reviewed 5 March 2017

These gardens were stunning and picturesque! I enjoyed taking some photos here and the kids loved rolling down the hills :)

Thank Barbara L
Reviewed 17 February 2017 via mobile

Our friends live over the road from this walkway, so we walked their bulldog through here en route to breakfast in the town. They talked about how it is often flooded & the height of the floodwater as we strolled through with "Boysie". Whilst it...More

Thank BruceYork
Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

The walk is very pleasant and easy as it's not very far. Take some top out in the park under a shady tree. Strathalbyn is a beautiful well preserved old town with a lot to offer the curious like the old Laucke Flour Mill (see...More

Thank Brenero
Reviewed 15 November 2016

A very nice find, the pathway meanders through Strathalbyn, all paved and not a challenging walk. There are even exercise areas along the way for those of a sporty nature. Did get a bit messed up during recent high rainfall, but that doesn't detract from...More

Thank Jason R
Reviewed 24 October 2016

Built as an Anzac memorial park, it is very well maintained beautiful park to walk through or around.

Thank David H
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