Cyclists and walkers can use a trail that runs the 30 km length of the park, leading from Gorge Road, Athelstone in the North-East, through the Northern Parklands of Adelaide, to the Torrens River mouth at Henley Beach. In the Parklands section, the river runs past many notable landmarks including the Adelaide Zoo, the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, the Festival Theatre and Elder Park.

There are shared-use pedestrian and cycling paths along both sides of the river for most of the length of the park, and along one side of the O-Bahn Busway.

Please visit Adelaide Metro Website to access public transport timetables, fares and accessible transport.

Blackbutt's historic 100-year-old Hotel Radnor

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Call in to the Hotel Radnor for a cold beer and a meal like many before you across its 100 year heritage. 

Built between 1908 and 1912, it was originally known as "The Grand". Story has it the hotel was renamed "Radnor" after the owner's dog in 1935. 

Not just a pub, Radnor is still an operating hotel. Single rooms are $50 per night, while double and twin options are available for $75.

The iconic pub can be found at the corner of Hart and Coulson Street on the D'Aguilar highway. To book functions, including birthdays, tour groups, weddings and business events, call on 07 4163 0203. 

About Blackbutt

Blackbutt is both a town and a locality in the South Burnett Region of Queensland, Australia. In the 2011 census, Blackbutt had a population of 1,055 people. The town is located on the D'Aguilar Highway, in the South Burnett local government area, 166 kilometres (103 mi) north-west of the state capital, Brisbane. Blackbutt lies within the Cooyar Creek catchment, tributary of the Brisbane River, which rises in the Bunya Mountains to the west.