Warren Conservation Park
Warren Conservation Park is characterised by steep country with views over forests, reservoirs, pastures and bushland above the spectacular Warren Gorge. The park is most colourful in spring when wattles, banksias, hakeas, heaths and eucalypts are in flower, but its native fauna and wild forests of stringybarks and long-leafed box are always worth a visit.
The park has four challenging walking trails, including a section of the long distance Heysen Trail. The tracks are steep and difficult and should be used by experienced bushwalkers only.
The relatively untouched nature is a haven for some of Australia's rarest animals and provides ideal opportunities for naturalists, birdwatchers and photographers.
Warren Conservation Park is located 60km north east of Adelaide. Walkers can access the park from Hale Conservation Park or from the Tower Track in Mt Crawford Forest.
The park is open from sunrise to sunset every day.
Wood fires, solid fuel fires and gas fires are prohibited throughout the year.
Phone: (+61 8) 8280 7048
This park may be closed on days of extreme fire danger.