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The Cleland Conservation Park is a great place to explore the flora and fauna of south Australia.
The Cleland Conservation Park is a great place to explore the flora and fauna of south Australia. It has walking and biking trails which run through the heart of the protected area. Take in the natural beauty of the environs as you make your way to Waterfall Gully and hike to the Mount Lofty peak, which offers gorgeous views of the surroundings and Gulf St Vincent. See indigenous species such as kangaroos, koalas, wombats, dingos and yellow-footed rock-wallabys in the Wildlife Park enclosures.
Mount Lofty Summit Rd, Cleland SA 5152, Australia
+61 8 8339 2444
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