Stretching over 85km from Mount Pleasant in the Adelaide Hills to enter the Gulf of St Vincent at Henley Beach, the Torrens River flows through a range of environments from farmland to residential suburbs and the city center of Adelaide.

The river is home to small populations of the endangered native Mountain galaxias fish, and throughout its length provides a crucial habitat corridor for native plants and wildlife as well as valuable outdoor recreation spaces for local communities. Find out more about the Torrens River below!

Where the river flows: The Great Southern Reef

Stretching from WA to NSW, find out more about this wild and globally unique reef.