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Morialta Conservation Park, Woodforde
Categories: Nature & Parks
Steep peaks, sheer cliffs, and tumbling cascades are the hallmarks of Morialta Conservation Park, a spectacular expanse of land located just 10 km (6 mi) outside the city of Adelaide. This picturesque, impressive park enjoys popularity with rock climbers and other adventurers, as well as with those inclined to more laid-back pursuits like bird-watching, bushwalking, and picnicking. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Morialta Conservation Park by using our Woodforde vacation route planner.
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Best try and go after decent rainfall so that the waterfalls are running nicely, if not, still a nice walk and other things to take in.
There are many beautiful walks throughout this park. If possible get a map before hand, but there are maps at the head of the trails you can probably photo. There are some great waterfalls to be seen,... read more »
This is just outside Adelaide. Many trails from casual walk paths to more strenuous hiking. On this overcast day, we saw 8 koala bears in the trees. One with a baby hanging on.
Great park, the Three Falls Grand Hike is a great hike around 8km in length. Has a few steep sections but has some epic veiws and pleanty of wildlife about. Pleanty of koalas to be seen.
it's a great workout in. im a nature journalist studying plants insects animal's and all sorts of life including the wether and temperature in hight and distence and morialta falls is full of it im going to day i cant wait.
Such a lovely area and so close to the city! A great selection of walks with varying times/ difficulties. I've seen families with prams do the main walk to the base of the waterfall, big groups of tourists, runners, older walkers, and everything in between. The convenience of the location is a big reason why we visit at least once a year. Would highly recommend to everyone.
Great for Casual Walks and Even for the fitter people doing the steeper and longer walks, nice naturally surroundings and great for Tourists get up with Australian Wildlife. As we arrived to go to the park, there was a Koula Bear up on the tree just past the entrance, there were multiple people looking up and taking photos. Bring water and simple snacks..
Great place to walk or even go for a longer hike! Great scenery and nice waterfalls in winter. Plenty of koalas and kangaroos close to the carpark.
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