Brookfield Conservation Park

Brookfield Conservation Park

Brookfield Conservation Park will be closed on various dates throughout 2024 while a pest animal control program is undertaken. Details

Park fees:
Free entry
127.04km from Adelaide
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Brook­field Con­ser­va­tion Park is locat­ed near Blanchetown in South Aus­trali­a’s River­land dis­trict. The park is home to a wide array of native wildlife, not only the south­ern hairy-nosed Wom­bat (lasiorhi­nus lat­ifrons), but also to species such as the fat-tailed dun­nart, com­mon dun­nart, red & west­ern grey kan­ga­roos and emus. 

These ani­mals share the park with abun­dant bird life includ­ing the nation­al­ly vul­ner­a­ble malleefowl (leipoa ocel­la­ta), Aus­tralian ring­neck par­rots, hood­ed robins and crest­ed bell­birds along with the rar­er stone curlew, ground cuck­oo shrikes and Aus­tralian owlet nightjars.