Belair National Park


  • Vehicle entry fees apply within the park (bikes are free).
  • Vehicle access gate is only open from 8:00am to sunset.

Trail Map:


  • Trail heads with map boards and signage of the trails.
  • The trails and junctions are signposted.
  • The 12.5km “Adventure Loop trail” is a neat intermediate MTB route. The route is fully sign posted and is designed to be ridden in a clock wise direction. Information and a downloadable GPS map are available via the Suggested Routes page.


  • Drinking Water: Yes, refer to trail map for information.
  • Toilet facilities: Yes, refer to trail map for information.
  • Car Parking: Yes, refer to trail map for information (vehicle entry fees apply, park entrance gate is only open from 8:00 am to sunset).

Getting there:

  • Belair National Park is located 13km south east of Adelaide city center. Vehicle access is via the main gate on Upper Sturt Road, Belair.
  • The park can be accessed by bike via several entrances that are not accessible by vehicle.
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  • Train transport: It’s about a 40min train ride from Adelaide train station to Belair train station. The Belair train station is on the north west boundary of the park.


  • Belair National Park is in the Mt Lofty Ranges Fire ban district.
  • The park may be closed on days of declared Total Fire Ban for the Mount Lofty Ranges fire district.
  • Web site: Refer DEWNR web site Belair National Park.