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Multicultural south west trail

Suitable for walking and cycling

Allow 2 to 2.5 hours

City - South West Corner

Hard copies of this trail are available from the Minor Works Building, 22 Stamford Ct, Monday - Friday.

What to expect

Adelaide has long been a melting pot of diverse cultures. The Adelaide Mosque, built between 1888-1889, is the oldest permanent mosque in Australia while Sturt Street had its very own Afghani herbalist and healer in the 1920s. The Prince Albert Hotel, which is still servings brews today, was established in 1851 by Ludwig Dreyer, a German settler. This walk offers a glimpse of the multi-cultural history of Adelaide through our built heritage.

More path information

More path information

Difficulty levelEasy
Length2.8 km on sealed footpath and bitumen
Walking surfacesBitumen, pavement
Mobility suitabilitySuitable for walking
Suits some prams
Suitable for bikes
DogsSuitable for dog walking
Path widthSome narrow paved points
Possible hazardsUneven surfaces
AmenitiesPublic seating