Adelaide Hills

Attractions
Mount Lofty Summit

Great view over the city and a lovely drive up. From the carpark here you can start a couple of walks. Waterfall Gully a very popular and steep track that will take around 3 hours return. There is a short walking trail to Cleland Wildlife Park.

Cleland Wildlife Park

Nice wildlife park if you want to see all the native animals in one place and take some pics.

Belair National Park

A short drive from the CBD this is a National Park with a lot to offer. Good walking and Mountain Biking as well as a great place for picnics and BBQs. A great place for spotting wildlife including Bandicoots. Try the Waterfall Hike where you’ll see picturesque rock escarpments and waterfalls, 3 hours return. Head to Long Gully for a BBQ and see the cave-like Amphitheatre Rock.

Beerenberg Strawberry Farm

Pick your own strawberries here. Also has a cafe. There is plenty of work here picking strawberries in season (November to April).

Eagle Mountain Bike Park

A huge network of trails for all levels of mountain bikers. They have downhill trails, a skills development park, a jumps park and a trials area.

The Whispering Wall

The dam wall of the Barossa Reservoir. Whatever you whisper at one side can be clearly heard at the other 100m away

Accommodation
Chalks Campground

You can get a permit at the Information centre further down Warren Rd. Reach this campsite by dirt road off Warren Rd. Large grassy area with plenty of room and trees for shade.

Saunders Gorge

A private wildlife sanctuary with a great camping ground. You will need to pay $10 per person for entry and $10 per vehicle for camping. Some nice walks through the sanctuary. Check the toilet for redbacks before you use it.