Brownhill Creek Loop walk starts at Crafers, South Australia. The walk takes you in 2 parks Belair National Park and Brownhill Creek Conservation Park and involves some road walking.
Park your car at Crafers car park. Start walking along Waverley Ridge Road, Sheoak Road to enter Belair National Park. Belair national Park was established in 1891 and is popular park in Adelaide for different recreational activities, cycling, tennis, walking or just relaxing. The walk is good all year round, but best in September when you are spoilt with masses of beautiful delicates different types of wild orchids and after rain for the waterfalls.
After a short break at the waterfall, follow Yurebilla trail to exit the park at Sheoak Road. Turn right at Pony Ridge Road and walk down the waving track to enter Brown Hill Conservation Park.
Beware on the track for mountain bike cyclists which venture in this area. Walk along Brownhill Creek, Tilley Hill Creek Road to return to Crafers via Charlick Road. The loop walk has a total distance of 17.72 km and has a total ascent of 508.87 m and has a maximum elevation of 600.73 m.