Welcome to the Happee Trails. We have a range of travel eBook guides that make your local experiences a memorable journey and make the best use of your time in any city, town or region. Happee Trails is your companion that gives you the best local experiences either by walking, riding or driving so you can really enjoy your location!
Quite often travellers visit a city or town they’re unsure on what’s the best, unique or most interesting things to see on their limited time. Happee Trails through their Happee Guides have created easy to use eBooks for you to discover those experiences. We’ve taken great photos and supplied the points of interest from a locals perspective with succinct descriptions along a simple trail to help you build a wonderful experience while you’re travelling. If you’ve got a suggestion for a Happee Trail anywhere in the world, please contact us anytime!
We hope you enjoy being a Happee Traveller!
Coming soon: Tablet Version: Mallee Highway: The Mallee Highway is the shortest route from Adelaide to Sydney, Canberra and the Snowfields. In this land of sunshine, big skies and rich character, you’ll discover a whole new world. It’s not a world you can experience just driving through; it’s a world you need to stop, look at and consider. Don’t assume there’s nothing to see or do. Like many things in life, the Mallee’s beauty is in the detail. There’s nothing like the Mallee anywhere else in the world! More
Coming soon: Tablet Version: Robe - a favourite seaside and historic town. At the southern part of South Australia's rugged Limestone Coast, Robe has a fascinating history. The lovely seaside town sits on the shores of Guichen Bay and was named in honour of a French Admiral after it was sighted by Nicolas Baudin in 1802. The town was named after South Australian Governor Frederick Holt Robe, who chose the site for a new port and settlement in 1846. Robe built its name as a very strong fishing town and now is one of South Australia's favourite holiday destinations. More
Buy now: Mobile Version: Morgan on the Murray River, South Australia is a truly wonderful small river community that's kept the essence of its early paddle steamer heyday. From a rich river history and architecture to stunning river scenes this historic walk will keep you enjoying everything the town has to offer.More
Buy now: Mobile Version: The River Torrens Walk is designed for you to enjoy the stunning beauty of Adelaide’s river landscape while taking in some fascinating attractions. Starting at South Australia’s Parliament building and making your way across the River Torren’s footbridge to the iconic Adelaide Oval is a visually rich and enjoyable walk to St Peter’s Cathedral. Eventually you make your way to the state’s war heritage on North Terrace.More
Buy Now: Mobile Version: Adelaide is the perfect place to explore on foot or bike. The Adelaide City Loop Happee Trail Walk takes in stunning architecture, river strolls, beautiful gardens, unique history, shopping and much more. In fact you'll love the diversity of the Adelaide City Loop walks ebook guide as your visual and interactive companion as you explore this beautiful city on your mobile.More
Buy now: Mobile Version: Once Wentworth was one of the busiest river ports on the Murray Darling river system, Wentworth today has a small village feel packed with plenty of history and stunning views. From the junction of the Murray Darling Rivers to the ancient sands of the Perry Sandhills you'll love exploring this town by foot, bike or car.More
Buy now: Tablet Version: Adelaide is the perfect place to explore on foot or bike. The Adelaide City Loop Happee Trail Walk takes in stunning architecture, river strolls, beautiful gardens, unique history, shopping and much more. In fact you'll love the diversity of the Adelaide City Loop walks ebook guide as your visual and interactive companion as you explore this beautiful city on your tablet.More
Coming soon: Tablet Version: Welcome to the fun and interesting Moonta Happee Trails. This includes walking, cycling and driving. The Moonta Happee Trail Drive starts at the old railway station and is 16 kilometres long. You can enjoy the sites of the National Heritage listed Moonta Mines. Stop off at many attractions along the way. If you're more keen for walking there are many options in the Moonta Mines heritage site or around the Moonta township walk to enjoy. More