Hallett Cove Conservation Park

Situated just 22km from the Adelaide CBD is a natural gem of the south. Hallett Cove Conservation Park is filled to the brim with native flora, fauna, amazing geology, and breath-taking ocean views.  The park has walking tracks running throughout, making it easier to see the geological wonders of the …

Monarto Zoo

Here in South Australia, we are home to Australia’s largest open range zoo. If you’d like to come and see some of the most interesting animals, both native and exotic, then you should certainly visit Monarto Zoo. It is home to over 50 different species, spread out over the 1500 …

Mannum Falls

A few weeks ago the Explore Adelaide team ventured out a little bit further and organised a day trip out to see one of the Murray Lands natural wonders, Mannum Falls. Located approximately 90 kilometres from Adelaide, Mannum Waterfalls are a geological phenomenon caused by majestic granite outcrops raising from …

Barossa Reservoir: The Whispering Wall

Barossa Reservoir – The Whispering Wall

If you’re looking for a man-made wonder in the north of Adelaide, then look no further than “The Whispering Wall”. Situated in Williamstown, The Whispering Wall is part of the Barossa Reservoir. It was constructed between 1899 and 1902 and can hold up to 4515 megalitres of water. The placement …

River Torrens Linear Park

Torrens Linear Park: Highbury

Over the weekend the Explore Adelaide team visited the Torrens Linear Park in Highbury.  Situated only 14km from Adelaide CDB, and 9km from the popular Morialta Conservation Park, this natural gem is only a short drive away. Whether you’re interested in walking, cycling, or just looking for a great spot …