The creation of Glenthorne National Park will see coordinated park planning and management across several important parcels of land including the Glenthorne property, O’Halloran Hill Recreation Park, Marino Conservation Park, Hallett Cove Conservation Park and Happy Valley Reservoir.
Hallett Cove Conservation Park is situated about 22 kilometres from Adelaide and about 10 minutes by car from the Glenthorne property.
The park draws in visitors from far and wide – with many stopping by to marvel at its unique geological features which include the Black Cliffs, the Sugar Loaf and the Amphitheatre.
Hallett Cove’s interpretative walking trail is a great way to learn about the park’s cultural and geological heritage which dates back almost 280 million years.
Hot tip: if you’re visiting in summer, the beach in front of the park is perfect for snorkelling in rock pools. Head to the rocks around the base of Black Cliff and keep your eyes peeled for biscuit sea stars or sea urchins.
Why not join in the fun at the upcoming Glenthorne Action Team event at Hallett Cove Conservation Park on March 1?
Find out more about the other parks and parcels of land that will form part of the Glenthorne precinct.