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Belair National Park, South Australia
(4.7/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • We come here often, for short & long walks, also to jog. Likely to see a koala or roo most times, but watch out for the emus - they may get inquisitive. Nice spring flowers, and waterfalls after good ...  more »
  • I went to Belair specifically to ride my mountain bike around the Adventure Trail Loop - a 15km moderate (non technical) trail which is signposted, whilst visiting from WA. Despite the poor weather (r...  more »
  • We went for a picnic with friends and young children. We only made it to the play area but the kids had lots of fun playing an all the different areas. The surroundings are really beautiful and peacef...  more »
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  • Would be 5 stars but they now charge to get in. Areas are significant and you can organise parties/birthdays within them. These are private and there's plenty of room to move without running into others.
  • Like many Adelaideans, I've been coming here since I was a child. Many family picnics, games of tennis, exploring in creeks, walks, geocaching. There's the lovely playground, and the plant nursery. You have to pay to drive in, but walking or cycling is a great option too.
  • One of our great national parks looking amazing with the wild flowers in bloom in November. Plenty of wildlife and a variety of well signposted walking trails for all levels of fitness.
  • Awesome national park. Great walking trails and lots of wildlife from emus to koalas to roos. Heaps of bird life and a huge range of indigenous plants
  • Very pleasant space, great for a picnic or bbq during the warmer months!