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Randell Park Reserve is a small reserve which offers a 3.6km loop hike. The park consists of open areas, pine and eucalyptus forests, and numerous small former quarries.
In March 2016 the City of Mitcham announced it had selected the final design to upgrade the walking and mountain bike paths in the park. From April 2016 the park has been closed to mountain bikers, whilst the trails are upgraded, environmental work conducted and trail signage erected. The park remains open to walkers. View the proposed trails on the map on page 19 of the proposal. Find project updates on the City of Mitcham project page.
Due to the impending trail upgrades, we haven't provided detailed walk route instructions. Use the Google map above to navigate. Prior to redevelopment the park had numerous trails meandering around, but it is still reasonably easy to follow the route in the Google Map above. You can use the map on your smartphone, including seeing your current location, by loading this page whilst on your hike.
GPX file courtesy of Walking SA. File may not contain elevation data and may only represent half the length on return hikes.
About the region
The Park is located near Torrens Park stretching from Parkers Road and Andersons Avenue in the west to Brownhill Creek Reserve in the east and from Old Belair Road and James Road in the south to Weemala Drive and Mitcham Cemetery in the north.
Max elevation: 257 m
Min elevation: 136 m
Total climbing: 155 m
Total descent: -50 m
For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Walking SA