LAVENDER FEDERATION TRAIL. South Australia.


The Lavender Federation Trail is a hiking trail that starts on the beautiful banks of the Murray River, in Murray Bridge, South Australia and ended in Eudunda 212-kilometre later, (at the time I walked it, though progress was been made to extend this route further north to the charming town of Clare). It meandered its way north through some very impressive countryside. You will walk through fields of canola, up rocky outcrops, stroll the vineyards of the Barossa Valley, share a paddock or two with the sheep, cows and kangaroos and be serenaded by very noisy cockatoos.

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To read more about this you can click here for-

The Track Notes published in Wild Magazine Articles written for magazines

https://example9496.files.wordpress.com/2016/12/lavenderfederationtrail.pdf

and to read

My Personal Story written exclusively for the Footsteps Newsletter Articles written for magazines

https://walkingtwobytwo.com/about/lavender-federation-trail-my-personal-story/

Check out my Snap Shots of the Lavender Trail – Snap Shots of the Lavender Federation Trail

 

 

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