Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park

Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park

Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park will be closed from 6 pm to 6am, Monday to Friday, from Monday 18th July to Friday 9th September 2022. The purpose of the closure is to ensure the safety of the public during animal control operations within the park. Details

Park fees:
Free entry
86.85km from Adelaide
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There are two walk­ing trails with­in this park which pass through a vari­ety of land­scapes includ­ing creeks, rocky out­crops, areas of low for­est, scrub and open grass­land. The park has panoram­ic views across the ranges to the Barossa Valley.

The Wal­lowa Hike offers a com­pre­hen­sive look at the park’s main fea­tures, includ­ing a scenic look­out and rock for­ma­tions such as Horse Head Rock. Weath­er­ing and ero­sion have pro­duced this rock for­ma­tion which, as the name sug­gests, resem­bles a horse’s head. Capped Rock, a hor­i­zon­tal rock slab perched on a ver­ti­cal out­crop, is anoth­er inter­est­ing fea­ture and pro­vides an excit­ing pho­to­graph­ic challenge.

The Stringy­bark Loop pro­vides a brief look at the park’s diverse flo­ra and fauna.