FAMILIES IN PARKS

 

National parks are not only sanctuaries for plants and animals but also special places for children to explore, experience and engage with the natural world. With old growth forests, wind swept coastal cliffs, wetlands, towering sand dunes, deep gorges, and a network of family-friendly trails, South Australian Parks are well equipped for childhood.

 

To help your family get to know new or existing Parks we’ve teamed up with Park Rangers to develop a range of tools for first time park users or those who visit regularly. In addition to these resources, be sure to jump over to the Good Living Blog and the National Parks and Wildlife SAwebsite.

Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary National Park – Winaityinaityi pangkara

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Anstey Hill Recreation Park

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Belair National Park

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Cleland Wildlife and Conservation Park

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Deep Creek Conservation Park

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Flinders Chase National Park

Throughout the Month of October we are featuring Flinders Chase National Park.

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Encounter Marine Park

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Hallett Cove Conservation Park

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Innes National Park

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Morialta Conservation Park

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Lincoln National Park

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Onkaparinga River National Park

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Para Wirra Conservation Park

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Shepherds Hill Recreation Park

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Sturt Gorge Recreation Park

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