Uncover the many secrets of Adelaide's national parks, from cascading waterfalls and amazing wildlife to stunning coastal views. You needn't travel far to enjoy some of Adelaide's best national parks. An easy 20 minutes drive south-east of Adelaide lies the beautiful Adelaide Hills, where leafy green landscapes of eucalypt woodlands, plunging waterfalls and peaceful gorges offer wonderful opportunities to escape the city limits and get back to nature.

Conservation Parks

Visit the many conservation parks in Adelaide and Adelaide Hills which are a haven for koalas, echidnas and colourful rosellas and offer heritage-listed treasures such as Old Government House.

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Parks to Visit:

  • Black Hill Conservation Park
  • Cleland Wildlife Park
  • Fort Glanville Conservation Park
  • Hallett Cove Conservation Park
  • Horsnell Gully Conservation Park & Giles Conservation Park
  • Morialta Conservation Park
  • Mount Lofty Summit
  • Mount George Conservation Park
  • Onkaparinga River National Park
  • Para Wirra Recreation Park
  • Scott Creek Conservation Park
  • Waterfall Gully in Cleland Conservation Park

Visitor Guides

View the Adelaide Visitor Guide View the Adelaide Hills Visitor Guide

Caravan and Camping Grounds in Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills

Further information about each caravan park and camping ground located in Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills can be found in our SA Parks database:

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