The Glenthorne precinct will stretch far beyond the Glenthorne property. Get to know the other parks and parcels of land that will form part of this exciting network of natural spaces.
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, Happy Valley Reservoir and areas of the Field River Valley.
O’Halloran Hill Recreation Park is located about half an hour’s drive from the Adelaide CBD and right across the road from the Glenthorne property.
It’s well-known in the mountain-biking community for its 8 kilometres of trails that cater for riders of all skill levels.
Even if you’re not into mountain-biking, O’Halloran Hill is still worth a visit for many other recreational activities. Take your dog for a walk, your horse for a ride, bushwalk to your heart’s content or simply take in the stunning views of the city, hills face and coastline from the park’s fire tracks.
The park is also home to a pistol club, archery club, model aircraft club, driving range and a major Riding for the Disabled facility.
Find out more about parks and parcels of land that will form part of the Glenthorne precinct on the Glenthorne website.