Stuart O’Grady Bikeway
|Start Point||Corner of Two Wells Road and Weaver Road, Gawler.|
|End Point||Port Wakefield Road, near Calvengrove Road, Waterloo Corner.|
|Time||3.33 Hours - Cycling|
The Stuart O’Grady Bikeway is a shared use trail that runs parallel to the Northern Expressway, officially named the Fatchen Northern Expressway.
The trail is primarily focused on cycling, but is just as suited to walking. The majority of the trail is flat with a gentle climb as you head into Gawler.
The path is wide and is fully bituminised so is suitable for all including wheelchairs, prams and children on bikes.
The northern trailhead of the Stuart O’Grady Bikeway is on the corner of Two Wells Road and Weaver Road, Gawler.
The southern trailhead is at the end of a cul-de-sac parallel to Port Wakefield Road, near Calvengrove Road, Waterloo Corner. It does finish quite abruptly at this point however the southern trailhead will be connected with a new 16km shared path currently under construction as part of the Northern Connector to the Port Expressway.
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