This is a perfect park for immersing yourself in nature – for walking, picnicking, and observing native animal life. The park is also home to the Barossa Goldfields, where you can discover the ruins and the history of a once thriving mining operation.
There are over 100 species of birds living in the park, including the cheeky emus you’ll see patrolling the picnic grounds. You can see kangaroos grazing at dawn and dusk, and on a warm day bearded dragons and sleepy lizards bask in the sunshine. If you’re in luck you might also spot a short-beaked echidna, a shy creature whose diggings can be found throughout the park.
Situated at the eastern end of the park, amongst the pink gums, grass trees and hop bush this campground has 19 campsites, including six that are suitable for small campervans (RV's) and camper trailers, toilets, a basic camp kitchen, gas barbecues and fire pits in each camp site for use outside the fire ban season.
All of the campsites are wheelchair accessible, they are on flat ground with a compacted gravel surface. The toilet facilities are wheelchair accessible, with a 900mm door width and a fixed handrail alongside the toilet.
Yattalunga, South Australia, 5114
Coordinates & Contact Details-34.695006, 138.83605408 8336 0901https://www.parks.sa.gov.au/find-a-park/Browse_by_region/Adelaide_Hills/para-wirra-conservation-park
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