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Across the Precinct: Marino Conservation Park facility upgrades

A host of exciting new features are now ready for visitors to enjoy at this park that is part of the Glenthorne National Park Precinct.

Thanks to additional funding provided by the Australian Government’s City Deals Fund and existing state funding for Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta, Marino Conservation Park now has some new features and upgrades that will make visits to this park even more enjoyable.

Some of the new facilities and upgrades include:

  • New interpretive signage so visitors can learn more about the park.
  • A new asphalt car park, which includes a disabled car park at the Nimboya Road entrance.
  • A new picnic table, accessible via a hardened path from the car park that takes in beautiful views of the coast.
  • A section of the existing Botanical Trail leading to the upgraded lookout area has been widened and hardened for improved access for people with mobility issues, making it accessible to some power wheelchair users.
  • New seating has been installed at the lookout area so wheelchair users and other visitors can sit and enjoy the expansive coastal views of the Gulf St Vincent and northward over Holdfast Bay. Interpretive signage has also been installed near the seating area.

Find out more about visiting Marino Conservation Park on the National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia website.


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