Experience one of Australia's great walks.
An ancient outback landscape of rugged mountain ranges, spectacular gorges and abundant wildlife.
An incredible coastal landscape of rugged cliffs and sandy beaches.
A wetland of international significance and important archaeological site stretching more than 130 kilometres.
Adelaide’s playground of beautiful natural bushland, picnic areas, tennis courts and walking trails.
Planning to camp under the stars? Don’t forget to book a campsite before you go.
Hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, picnicking and bird watching Onkaparinga River National Park has activities for everyone
Swim, snorkel and fish South Australia’s parks in the water.
Grab the kids and get outdoors.
Read the draft amendments to the management plans for parks near Adelaide.
Dramatic coastal views; shipwrecks andheritage accommodation.Whether it's a weekend orjust the day, you'll feel likeyou're on holiday.
Mark DavisonRanger in charge,Innes National Park
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