Clare Valley national parks and parks

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Spring Gully Conservation Park

Enjoy the picturesque natural landscape of Spring Gully Conservation Park which protects the only stand of red stringybarks in South Australia.

The park has a steep, undulating terrain that leads into the creek bed of Spring Gully. From Blue Gum Lookout take a walk through grassy woodlands to a seasonal waterfall that plunges from a height of 18 metres after rain.

Enjoy a picnic or admire the wildflowers and orchids that bloom in spring as you stroll through the park. You may even see the western grey kangaroos and common brushtail possums.

Activities

Bushwalking (hiking).

Camping

There is no camping available in the park.

Location

Located 11 km from Clare.


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