Various Spur Trails
Spur Trails Adjoining The Lavender Trails
Callington Spur Trail
Walking & MTB – Map 1
27 km. Opened 12th Sept 2020, the linear trail from Murray Bridge to Callington utilizes & connects with other trails within the Kinchina Conservation Park and the Lavender Federation Trail. A highlight is the 180-degree panorama of the Bremer Valley as the trail descends through rare native grasses into the valley
Dutton Town Spur Trail
Walking, Cycling, Horse, Driving – Map 4
1km. This spur trail is a short walk in the hamlet of Dutton to view the St. John’s Lutheran School Church & School and bell tower. Dutton was established in 1866.
This section is actually part of the main Lavender Cycling Trail at Dutton
Hampden Spur Trail
Walking – Map 5
0.5km. This spur trail links the Lavender Federation Trail which heads north just East of Hampden with the hamlet of Hampden where there is easy parking and access to the trail at that point, making walking the Eudunda to Hampden Rail Line an easy walk. Hampden was once a busy town with its railway siding.
Robertstown Spur Trail
Walking, Cycling, Horse, Driving – Map 5
7.5km. This spur trail links the Lavender Federation Trail at Inspiration Point with the township of Robertstown. (Narrow Road at top)
The trail has also become popular with the cycling groups (where it is often used as part of a larger Loop Trail).
Robertstown Longer Spur Trail
Cycling, Walking, Horse, Driving – GPS
17km. This spur trail links the Lavender Federation Trail & Lavendr Cycling Trail at
* Inspiration Point with the township of Robertstown returning along the Brady Creek Gorge. (* Warning: Narrow Road at top)
The trail mapped by the Lavender Cycling Trail riders available as GPS, can also be walked, driven and ridden (You rejoin the LFT & LCT on the Webbs Gap Road).
Kinchina Conservation Park Trails
Multiple Walking & Cycling – Map 1
Loop & Spur Trails
Opened on the 6th November 2016 the 414 ha Conservation Park is located in the hills on the edge of Murray Bridge has an extensive network of loop and spur trails, developed for various walking and cycling activities of which the Lavender Federation Trail is rated Intermediate, easy trial runs east to west through the park.