Angove Conservation Park

Walking Trail Facts
Distance
0.9 km circuit
Duration
1 hour
Difficulty
Easy
Terrain
Flat
Park (national park, conservation park, forest, reserve)
Angove Conservation Park
Region
Adelaide City & Suburbs
Download maps & GPS files
  1. 2 GPS files
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Photos
11 photos
Travel options
  1. Bus
  2. Car
Travel time from Adelaide
1 hour or less
Angove Conservation Park

About the Walking Trail

Angove Conservation Park conserves one of the last remaining stands of remnant Drooping Sheoak and Southern Cypress Pine open woodlands within the Adelaide foothills.

The park contains 142 native plant species and provides specialised habitat for a small number of animals that require dense vegetation to survive. Several species of reptiles can also be found, along with mammals such as ringtail and brush-tailed possums, bats and 74 species of birds.

The hike starts from the information shelter at the entrance on Bowen Road (near house #46), Tea Tree Gully. The hike is 900m long.

Shorten the walk by taking a shortcut across the park near the memorial bench.

Downloads

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Photos

Walk Contributor

Walking SA

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Walking SA is the not-for-profit peak body that leads, promotes and supports all forms of walking in South Australia, including walking for recreation, transport, health, wellbeing, organised events, adventure, environmental appreciation and fun experiences. Our vision is to see more people walking more often.