Hawker Walks

Hawker Heritage Walk

Take a walk around Hawker. It is a town with a rich history and its own identity.

It has been a transport hub ever since its foundation in 1880, so it has grown up with the needs of passing travelers very much in mind, and it is now the service centre for the Central and Northern Flinders Ranges. So it looks northwards like no other town in South Australia and its heart lies with the north.

The people of Hawker take great pride in their town. We hope that you join the many travellers who over the years have enjoyed walking or driving around the town.

2019 saw Flinders Ranges Council install interpretive signage with over 30 points of interest.  A brochure to guide  you on your walk  is available at Hawker Motors (Visitor Information Centre).  The walk commences at the Pioneer Memorial next to the former Hawker District Council Office in Cradock Road.

Other great walks locally are –

Jarvis Hill Lookout – About 6km west of Hawker.

Camels Hump lookout – Access is 1km south of Hawker next to the Quorn Rd.

Castle Rock – Access about 1km along Wilpena Rd.

Community Walking Trail – This walk and exercise trail is established on the eastern side of Hawker with access from Wilpena Road, corner of Chase View Terrace and Wirreanda Terrace,and the corner of Rawnsley Street and Chase View Terrace.

Police Hill – Access from Wonoka Terrace. 

More information can be found in the ‘Discover Hawker and The Central Flinders Ranges’ booklet available for $2 at local businesses.


Discover Hawker is an initiative of the Hawker Community Development Board to promote local businesses and encourage tourism.
This website is made possible thanks to the support of over 30 local businesses.