Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta

Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta

Follow the creation of this new national park in Adelaide's southern suburbs

Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta is one of Adelaide’s newest national parks, and is located 16 km south of Adelaide in the suburb of O’Halloran Hill.

It incor­po­rates the Glen­thorne farm prop­er­ty and adja­cent O’Halloran Hill Recre­ation Park and, in time, will con­nect with oth­er parks and parcels of land in Adelaide’s south to form the Glen­thorne Precinct.

The Glen­thorne Precinct includes Hal­lett Cove Con­ser­va­tion Park, Mari­no Con­ser­va­tion Park, areas of the Field Riv­er Val­ley and Hap­py Val­ley Reser­voir, which is now open for vis­i­tor recreation.

You can be part of the trans­for­ma­tion – either vis­it the park to see the changes in progress, or join the precinct’s ded­i­cat­ed vol­un­teer pro­gram to play a part in shap­ing this spe­cial place over the com­ing months and years.

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