Very special place, in the suburbs of Adelaide, you can go on the way from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island. There are not many tourists, it will be more convenient to drive here by yourself. The scenic spot is not big, it is on the beach, it is a geological site.
In this geopark, you can see this piece of rock formed over a period of 600 million years. These rocks are distinct in layers and bright in color. I think it is really a geological wonder, and I must look at it.
I think this geopark is quite peculiar, and its side is next to the sea, so you will feel the collision of blue and red. These rocks are said to be hundreds of millions of years old.
This is a protected area, it can be regarded as a geological protection area, and it is located next to the bay. It is mainly for admiring various rocks with strange colors and strange shapes, but the main visiting area is not large.
Although it feels like barren mountains and wild ridges here, it is indeed an ecological reserve. It is said that there are many wild animals in it. But we didn't find out, maybe the time is wrong.
We love walking along the boardwalk to Hallett Cove conservation park and then thru the park back to the boardwalk. The views are magnificent! Sunsets are so picturesque.
The walkway is great and views breathtaking but we are not all athletes. For oldies like us we would appreciate a few more seats to have a rest and enjoy the view.
Hallett Cove beach has the most magnificent views and scenic walks and also nice cafe to stop on the way back Rocks to explore and playgrounds
This amazing beautiful hidden gem is a must go and see for everyone who loves the beach and the outdoors great for good work out , or a nice stroll. My kids love it NOT PRAM FRIENDLY . then af...
I took two young grandchildren here for a play in the park. There's not much play equipment, but what is there is wonderful. Also, there's nothing like rolling down the hill from the carpark!! They r...