Kline Loop Nature Walk (Murray - Sunset National Park)


Kline Loop Nature Walk (Murray - Sunset National Park)

Take in the vast beauty of the Pink Lakes along the Kline Loop Nature Walk. Learn about the long-standing salt mining industry in the area, the harsh conditions workers had to endure and life in a remote corner of the state. Look out for the many types of birds that live here, and for the footprints of kangaroos and emus as you pass through several different habitats along the walk.

Visiting the shores of Lake Crosbie and Lake Kenyon, the trail starts at the northern end of the Main Campground at Lake Crosbie. Follow the orange arrows on posts. Allow about 2 hours to complete the 4.8km Grade 3 loop, or allow longer and stop for a picnic at the tables near the shore of Lake Kenyon.

Visitor Tips: Carry adequate water to stay hydrated and avoid walking in the heat of midday. Temperatures can be extreme in summer. The only toilets are located at the Main Campground. There is no mobile reception in the park. The lakes are usually more pink in winter and spring. For more information, download the Murray-Sunset National Park Visitor Guide before leaving home.

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Kline Loop Nature Walk (Murray - Sunset National Park)

Need to know

Kline Loop Nature Walk (Murray - Sunset National Park)

Warnings & Restrictions


Dogs are not allowed



Be Prepared

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Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

All Tracks closed around Lake Walla Walla

For Cultural Heritage Protection ALL main roads/tracks are now closed around Lake Walla Walla that lead off the Old Mail Road and Walla Walla Track . There are Road Closed signs in place and unauthorised entry into these closed areas could result in significant/major fines. These Roads will be closed for the foreseeable future.

Access to the Lake is still permitted, however only directly from the Old Mail Road and on already defined park tracks. Please note that any powered vessels must only use an electric motor when on any water body within the park.

Road Closures due to flooding - Eastern Entry Point, Lindsay Island, Murray-Sunset NP.

Due to high river levels the eastern entrance point onto Lindsay Island within the Murray-Sunset NP is now closed. 

Access onto Lindsay Island remains open from the western entry point via the Army Bridge (Lock 7 road), although caution is advised.

Caution is also advised in low lying areas and water crossings throughout the park. High clearance four wheel drives recommended.

Road closure on the western side of Lake Walla Walla due to Cultural Heritage protection.

For Cultural Heritage Protection roads are now closed on the western flank of Lake Walla Walla off the Old mail road and Walla Walla Circuit track . Entry into these closed areas could result in significant/major fines. These Roads will be closed for the foreseeable future, Visitation of the eastern side of the Lake is still permitted.

Attachments: Lake Walla Walla Road Closure Map (56KB)

Bridge Closed, Sandy Creek Bridge on Robertson Road, Wallpolla Island, Murray-Sunset NP

The bridge is no longer safe and has been removed. Please use Deadmans Track to access Wallpolla Island.

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