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Staying Active during COVID-19

One thing that has been noticeable during the COVID-19 situation, is the incredible number of people that have been out walking and cycling. Young people, older people, families and friends.

We are SO LUCKY in the City of Salisbury that we have so many wonderful reserves, parks and trails to take advantage of.

Did you know that we have over 90km’s of off-road trails and paths to enjoy?

The Little Para River Trail, Dry Creek Trail, Cobbler Creek and the new Tapa Marinthi Yala trail alongside the Northern Connector roadway are our main paths.

Do you want to be more active? Why not do it in a group and socialise at the same time.

Below is information regarding our Heart Foundation Walking groups and the Cycle Salisbury Social Rides program.

Re-start of Heart Foundation Walking Groups

We are delighted that we have been able to re-start our Heart Foundation Walking groups

There's a reason why walking is one of the most popular forms of activity in Australia.
Joining Heart Foundation Walking will help you to reduce stress, be more alert, have a healthier body and build strong relationships.

To find a group near you go to Heart Foundation Walking.

Re-start of the ‘Cycle Salisbury Social ride’ program

July has seen the recommencement of the very popular Cycle Salisbury Social rides program.

What a great way to discover the Trails and paths of Salisbury!

If you have a mountain-bike or Hybrid bike the 'Cycle Salisbury' ride leaders & riders would love to show you our local trails and paths. (Little Para River Trail; Dry Creek Trail; Tapa Marinthi Yala shared use path, Cobbler Creek). We occasionally venture outside the local area and have rides in other locations.

For more information, including this month’s program of social rides, head to the Cycle Salisbury page.

We would encourage you to get out and check some of the local trails, in Salisbury.