The inhibited greenery of Scott Creek Conservation

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Scott Creek Conservation is a conservation park in South Australia, 20 km south of Adelaide. An extensive stretch of walking trails to select from is available for people. It is home to some of the most endangered species in the animal and plant kingdom. Diverse vegetation and wildlife is the main attraction of Scott Creek Conservation Park. The place was previously an active mining ground for copper and silver. Some of the old silver mines can be found alongside the walking trails.

See also : Seeing the natural bush of Cleland Conservation Park

Several ruins including an engine house, stone chimney, mining office, dairy and mining shafts are found here. Dogs, horses, bikes are not allowed in this region. Trail users must use proper maps and relevant information. The trail conditions may differ. The park may be closed on some days. Scott creek conservation is a hidden treasure of all the beautiful plant and animal life who add up to its beauty and glory.

Entry time: Open on all days throughout the week.

Entry Time: The entry is free and remains open from dawn to dusk. Available on all days.

How to reach: It is 16km northeast of Adelaide. Access is from Perseverance road. Vista SA, 5091, Australia.

Contact Info: +61 8 8336 0901"

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