Wetland Tours and Trails
The 2km of well maintained trails incorporate a specially constructed bird hide where visitors can stop to watch some of the 160 species recorded at the wetlands. There are also 20 species of water plants, plus fish, frogs, long-necked tortoises, snakes and lizards inhabiting the Greenfields Wetlands.
Self guided tours
The self guided tour takes approximately 40 to 60 minutes to complete. Interpretive signage along the trails provides details of the rich and diverse wildlife.
The wetland trail is accessible from 8.30am till 3.30pm daily. An access token to enter the wetland trial can be collected from the Watershed Cafe by providing photo identification and a $20 refundable deposit.
Guided tours of the Greenfields Wetlands are available for community groups, sporting clubs, scouts, and small groups of people upon request. Tours are subject to availability and will be run by a City of Salisbury staff member or volunteer. Through a guided tour your group may learn more about the history of the Greenfields site, the water cleansing process of the wetlands, the aquifer storage and recovery process, Salisbury Water and the wetland biodiversity. School groups can contact the Green Adelaide Education Team here at Council for educational resources to support their visit to the wetlands. Please click here for more information.
Wetland information guides
For further information or to book a guided tour, please contact us on (08) 8406 8222.
Download a map and directions to the Watershed Sustainability Precinct.