Marino Conservation Park

Marino Conservation Park

Park fees:
Free entry
19.11km from Adelaide
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Mari­no Con­ser­va­tion Park was a tra­di­tion­al rest­ing place of the Kau­r­na Peo­ples, how­ev­er, by the ear­ly 20th cen­tu­ry much of the area had been cleared for grazing.

Today, the park con­serves the last remain­ing stands of coastal heath veg­e­ta­tion along this part of the Ade­laide coast­line, form­ing a green buffer between the sub­urbs. The walk­ing trail and fire access tracks allow you to explore the park, tak­ing in its stun­ning scenic views over Brighton, Glenelg, Grange and the Mari­no Rocks Light­house. Dogs may be walked along these trails but must remain under your con­trol on a lead at all times.

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Want to explore a trail before you leave home or use Google Maps to nav­i­gate straight from your door to the trailhead?

We’ve worked with Google to film more than 600km of walk­ing trails, park roads, camp­grounds and water­ways in some of our most beau­ti­ful places. Click to see what the parks offer and the avail­able facil­i­ties before you go. This is an espe­cial­ly great tool if you have acces­si­bil­i­ty needs, are vis­it­ing with peo­ple of vary­ing ages or fit­ness lev­els or are push­ing a pram and want to view a trail before leav­ing home.

You can start explor­ing this park on Google Street View using the links below.

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