Hale Conservation Park

Hale Conservation Park

For the safety of the public and staff undertaking an Aerial Feral Deer Control program, the Hale Conservation Park, Warren Conservation Park, Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park and Wiljani Conservation Park will be closed to the public from 12pm Sunday 16 June 2024 until 12pm Sunday 7 July 2024. No access will be permitted to the park whilst this program is being undertaken. Details

Park fees:
Free entry
52.75km from Adelaide
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Char­ac­terised by its diverse land­scape and steep rocky ridges, this park is home to some of Aus­trali­a’s more secre­tive mam­mals and con­serves the oys­ter bay cypress pine.

Chal­leng­ing walk­ing trails pro­vide spec­tac­u­lar views of the South Para Val­ley and reser­voir. The trail to the South Para Riv­er pass­es from the high­lands to the riv­er cross­ing, while the trail to the north east­ern bound­ary of the park fol­lows the creek line to emerge in grass­lands on the out­skirts of Williamstown.