Black Hill Conservation Park
Enjoy spectacular scenery of rugged ridges and a wide variety of native plants and animals along Black Hill Conservation Park's extensive network of walking trails.
The park covers an area of 684 hectares and features the low sheoaks which give Black Hill its name. The foliage of the sheoaks gradually matures to a dark rusty, almost black colour, as summer progresses. As you look from the Adelaide Plains, the hills appear to be black in colour.
The park also contains a wide variety of flora that offers a stunning display of native flowers in the spring including many delicate and colourful orchid species.
While you're visiting the park, take a walk through the landscaped Wildflower Garden that dates back to the late 1940s.
Black Hill Conservation Park is located 10km north east of Adelaide. Access is via Addison Avenue, Montacute Road and Maryvale Road. Public transport to this park from Adelaide CBD is available.
The park is open to vehicles from 8.30am-4.30pm weekdays.
Walkers can access the park from sunrise to sunset.
The park office is closed weekends and public holidays.
Wood fires and solid fuel fires are prohibited throughout the year.
Gas fires are permitted in designated areas only other than on days of total fire ban.
Phone: (+61 8) 8336 0901
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