Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park

Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park

Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park will be closed overnight on various dates between February and June while a grazing pressure management program is conducted 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.