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The Belair National Park is an outdoor recreational area spread over 835 hectares of bushland in the Mount Lofty Ranges with trekking, biking and horse-riding trails.
The Belair National Park is an outdoor recreational area spread over 835 hectares of bushland in the Mount Lofty Ranges with trekking, biking and horse-riding trails. Attractions include the Old Government House, the State Flora Nursery, Playford Lake and the Adventure Playground.
Upper Sturt Road, Belairu SA 5052, Australia
+61 8 8278 5477
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Gamble Cottage, built in 1902 for Joseph Gamble and his family, showcases Australian lifestyle at the turn of the 20th century
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The Brownhill Creek Recreation Park lies along the banks of the Brown Hill Creek
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Windy Point Lookout is a romantic spot that offers panoramic views over Adelaide
The Glen Osmond Monastery was once home to Passionist priests, but has been transformed into a conference centre