Akurra Trail

"When people walk along the trail, they're actually following the pathway of Akurra and so of course it just made sense to include the story in both Adnyamathanha and English," Rosaleigh Richards

The Akurra trail, located in the Northern Flinders Ranges of South Australia, highlights the interlinked relationship of language, culture, tradition, and country. Waterways, hills, rocks and copper deposits reflect the journeys of Spiritual Ancestors. You are invited to view this land through the eyes of the Adnyamathanha people, to learn Muda (History, Songline) and uncover the significant flora and fauna of this ancient place.

Way markers guide users along 10.5km of remote bushland, departing from Leigh Creek township. Signs provide rich information about Adnyamathanha language, Muda, flora and fauna along the way.

Click here to download a PDF map before embarking on the trail, alternatively download the app Avenza and the Akurra trail map to stay on the path without using an internet connection.

Akurra Trail Sign
Map of the Akurra Trail
Map of the Akurra Trail


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