Kelly Hill Conservation Park

Kelly Hill Conservation Park

Partial closure of Flinders Chase National Park and other western reserves for public safety during pest animal control program from 25 July until 30 September 2022. Details

Kelly Hill Conservation Park and cave tours are closed for public safety and fire recovery purposes until further notice. Details

Park fees:
Free entry
250.93km from Adelaide
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Kel­ly Hill Con­ser­va­tion Park (includ­ing Kel­ly Hill Caves) is closed for pub­lic safe­ty fol­low­ing the recent bushfires. 

The major­i­ty of the park and much of its infra­struc­ture was burnt in the Jan­u­ary 2020 bush­fire, but the toi­lets sur­vived! We’re work­ing hard to rebuild and reimag­ine the park.

In the mean­time, the good news is that green shoots are emerg­ing from veg­e­ta­tion in near­by Flinders Chase Nation­al Park and Ravine des Casoars Wilder­ness Pro­tec­tion Area and there are native ani­mal sight­ings like goan­nas, eagles, kan­ga­roos and KI echidnas. 

Flinders Chase Nation­al Park is home to beau­ti­ful coastal land­scapes and icon­ic fea­tures such as Remark­able Rocks, Admi­rals Arch and Cape du Couedic Lighthouse. 

Until then Kan­ga­roo Island is a big place and if you’re think­ing about vis­it­ing, there’s still plen­ty to do. Round up some friends and plan a trip to Kan­ga­roo Island with the help of southaustralia.com’s itin­er­aries.

Down­load the Nation­al Parks of Kan­ga­roo Island Vis­i­tor Guide: May 2022 to see what’s open now. 

More infor­ma­tion on fire recovery