This southern suburbs park was once cleared and for more than 90 years the area was used for grazing. Today, the shade from the regenerated grey box eucalypts and river red gums provides the perfect spot for a picnic. The bluestone quarry in the park once supplied raw materials for many of Adelaide's older buildings and is still visible today. Stunning views of the city, hills face and coastline can be seen while following the various fire access trails with in the Park
Check out the 8kms of Mountain Bike trails. The trails use the steeper parts of the park to provide some great downhill options, with trails ranging from easy through to intermediate and advanced.
Family Friendly, Lookouts, Picnic Area, International, Birdwatching, Cycling, Hiking, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Walks, Adventure, Nature & Wildlife