Date posted: 21 February 2013
Grab your bike, gather the tribe and head for the hills this Parks Week!
We're celebrating Parks Week with two family cycling days. The fun starts at Cleland Wildlife Park on Saturday 2 March and continues at Belair National Park on Sunday 3 March. Enjoy guided walks, led rides, BBQs, displays, give always and more! See below for more information.
There will be a gold coin donation entry to Cleland Wildlife Park on Saturday 2 March with the code words "PARKS WEEK". Plus free entry to Belair National Park on Sunday 3 March. Check out the Parks Week flyer for more details.
Parks Week activities
These family fun days are designed for you to have fun at your own pace. Bookings are not required, just show up on the day!
Saturday 2 March - Cleland Conservation Park
- Choose your own adventure at Cleland Conservation Park with guided rides with the South Australian Mountain Biking Association taking place between 9.30am and 11.30am. You can also take a ride on your own at any time.
Saturday 2 March - Cleland Wildlife Park
- Head to Cleland Wildlife Park for a BBQ lunch (with donation to Cleland’s Tasmanian Devil Project).
- Take a guided garden tour at 10.30am and a 1pm park perimeter walk with the Urban Biodiversity Unit.
- See displays with information on bike riding, gardening, parks and more from 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Cleland Wildlife Park is also open for business as usual with regular keeper talks and feed times.
Sunday 3 March - Belair National Park
- At Belair National Park The Gums Oval will host a free BBQ lunch and displays with information on bike riding, gardening, parks and more from 9.30am to 3.30pm.
- The South Australian Mountain Biking Association will lead guided rides between 9.30am and 11.30am and you can also take a ride on your own at any time.
- The Friends of Belair will lead guided walks on the hour from 11am to 2pm and open the Volunteer Centre at Long Gully from 9.30am to 3.30pm with free tea and coffee, advice on self guided walks and volunteer and park displays.
- The Friends of Old Government House will lead tours from 1pm to 4pm by gold coin donation
- The State Flora nursery will be open from 10am to 5pm.
Belair National Park is also open for business as usual for facilities hire.