It’s now simpler than ever to access the popular Mukanthi Nature Play Space at Morialta Conservation Park. Find out why.
Morialta Conservation Park has been a favourite escape for Adelaide families for over 100 years.
The well-loved recreational space is now even more visitor friendly with over 100 car parks now available including four accessible parks.
The car park precinct is now almost three times bigger with new walking paths and a designated drop-off and pick-up space for buses to provide safer access for children, school groups and families visiting the five themed play spaces built across the Stradbroke Road picnic area.
The new development was carefully designed to minimise impact on the surrounding vegetation. Ecologists have carefully chosen 1650 local native plants to revegetate the area.
The upgrades are part of a larger plan to improve community access and activities in our national parks in metropolitan areas.
This includes more walking and cycling trails, public toilets, barbecue and picnic areas, and playgrounds for South Australian’s to better enjoy our national parks.
So why not get into nature and make a day of it at Morialta?
Enjoy exploring the creek, woodlands, gorges, and stunning waterfalls, which will make you feel miles away from the city just a 10-minute drive from Adelaide CBD.
The play space is located near toilets, barbecue areas and lots of shelters and shaded areas amid the park’s existing network of bush walking, mountain biking and rock climbing trails – something for the whole family!
Check out some of the other fun things to do in the park: https://www.parks.sa.gov.au/parks/morialta-conservation-park#see-and-do
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