Hallett Cove Conservation Park, Hallett Cove

(4.8/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Went there with the family, went up the sugarloaf trail and it was interesting to see the formation of the rock, we walked round the "amphitheater" and got to the other side where a beautiful little c...  more »
  • I just love the Hallett Cove Conservation Park, lots of signs that advise of flora and fauna you may see/encounter, information regarding the ice shelf and Sugarloaf, the fantastic boardwalk, the rock...  more »
  • They have done an amazing job on the coastal board walk in Hallett Cove. The views are sensational with the opportunity to take one of the many paths inland to explore the fossils, Sugar Loaf, and man...  more »
  • A beautiful area, great walking paths and well maintained. A staple SA location for geologists, and it's not hard to see why. It's about an hour drive for me to get there from where I live, but totally worth it
  • Beautiful Scenery along the cliffs. The pathways & staircases down to the beaches have been upgraded & make the walk a lot easier than in the past. Definitely a good place for a cardio workout!
  • Beautiful scenery. Perfect place to enjoy a peaceful walk or run facing the ocean. So much color in one place.
  • Although bordered on one side by the urbanisation of Hallett Cove and on the other by the sea there are parts of the conservation park that could fool anyone that they were in the middle of a vast unpopulated wilderness. It's not all like that.Walking trails track across from the cliffedge that overlooks the "Sugarloaf", a geological feature formed by erosion, down to a wooded area of bushland either side of a waterway. No pets or bicycles are allowed to preserve the nature of the area where fossils of prehistoric megafauna and aboriginal artifacts have been found.
  • The best place in Adelaide ever! You must go there :)