Seeing the natural bush of Cleland Conservation Park

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The Cleland Conservation Park is 22 kms south east of Adelaide town center. Significant areas of natural bush land with the internationally acclaimed Cleland wildlife park and tourist locations such as Mt. Lofty and Water Gully are a part of the Cleland Conservation Park.

See also : The inhibited greenery of Scott Creek Conservation

The Cleland wildlife Park offers its visitors to walk through immense enclosures and interact with Australian animals like the kangaroos, koalas, emus, Dingo and birds of endangered species. It even house some of the rare species of reptiles, mammals and birds.

The park also has recreational centers such as café, souvenir shops. There are numerous walking trails including the Water Gully and Mt. Lofty Summit. Guided tours including the cultural tour is available for visitors. Cleland Conservation Park Offers a memorable experience and an insight into the splendid wildlife of Australia.

Entry timing: Open daily from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm. Closed on Christmas. No admission after 4pm.

Entry fees: Entry is free for the conservation park. Entry fee is applicable for Wildlife Park.

Address: Mount Lofty Summit Rd, Cleland SA 5152, Australia.

How to reach: A limited bus service route: 823, 3 journey each day operates.

Contact information: 1 8 8339 2444"

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