Glenthorne opens its gates to visitors

Glenthorne opens its gates to visitors

Glen­thorne Nation­al Park-Itya­mai­it­pin­na Yarta, Adelaide’s newest nation­al park, has offi­cial­ly opened its gates to the public.

On Sun­day 2 August, a tem­po­rary 4 kilo­me­tre loop trail around sig­nif­i­cant areas of the new park was unveiled, pro­vid­ing vis­i­tors with the oppor­tu­ni­ty to vis­it and watch the cre­ation of the park unfold over the com­ing months and years.

The trail fea­tures inter­pre­tive sig­nage which tells the sto­ry of Glenthorne’s rich his­to­ry and what’s in store for the park’s future, and is acces­si­ble from the Glen­thorne Ranger Sta­tion carpark on Majors Rd from 8am-7pm every day.

Come and explore Glenthorne’s new loop trail

Vis­i­tor infor­ma­tion, includ­ing a trail map is avail­able on the Nation­al Parks and Wildlife Ser­vice South Aus­tralia web­site.