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Black Hill Conservation Park

Black Hill Conservation Park is situated approximately 12 kilometres north-east of Adelaide in the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges. The park rises distinctly from the Adelaide Plains, its densely vegetated contours standing boldly behind the north-eastern suburbs.

Black Hill Conservation Park has a network of walking trails of varying length some of which offer spectacular views over the city. The park supports an intricate variety of plants. Growing among the heath is low-lying sheoak that gives Black Hill its name.

Observe wildlife in its natural habitat, bushwalk on a network of tranquil trails, or visit the wildflower garden.

115 Maryvale Road, Adelaide CBD, SA, AU

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