Morialta Conservation Park
Morialta Conservation Park
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Olivia
South Australia, Australia313 contributions
Aug 2022 • Couples
Worth the visit , we walked up to first falls and to see the cave . Coffee van available to get a drink and have a snack - varieties of cupcakes , muffins and ice cream. Keep an eye out for koalas up in the trees and the blue wren .
Written 4 September 2022
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MarjofromBrissie
Brisbane, Australia941 contributions
May 2021 • Couples
We only had enough time to do the First Falls walk but it was well worth the short walk. A lot of water coming over the falls when we visited.
Written 3 July 2021
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Jonique Life
Australia2,540 contributions
May 2021 • Couples
Can’t believe this is so close the city. Excellent Conservation Park which is easy to follow, well signed and at the car park you can easily choose which hike you will prefer. The First Falls is spectacular and don’t miss the cave!

We did a circuit of Morialta which was quite steep in certain areas ( we found this on All Trails) and we added extra onto our hike going through the middle to all the falls. It was all worth it so we could take advantage of being in a great place.

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Written 21 May 2021
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AnnMarieGrace
Adelaide, Australia657 contributions
Mar 2021 • Family
What a lovely hike and experience it was walking to the Eagle Nest lookout. The last couple of hundred metres were fairly steep for a beginner and two kids (ages 5 and 6) however well worth it. The views were phenomenal. We were there in March and the water falls were small and dried out however looking forward to visiting again in the winter.

During the hike we saw a koala in a tree, which was amazing seeing an animal in nature. The kids also had fun balancing on broken tree trunks as well as climbing trees.

Afterwards the kid went to the nature play playground which was exceptional. One of the best playgrounds I have seen. There is so much to do and play with. The kids imagination definitely expanded.

Overall a great active day with the family!
Written 14 March 2021
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jesperfrederiksen76
Hedehusene, Denmark52 contributions
Mar 2020 • Business
If you ever travel to Adelaide, take your time to visit this amazing park. It is full of geological outcrops and animal species. Put on your walking shoes and hike through a number of fantastic hike trails.
Written 21 March 2020
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mpd771
67 contributions
Feb 2020
A 20 minute bus ride from town, this is a short walk (1-2 hours) up a pretty valley. Not much water falling in February, but koalas everywhere in trees.
Written 24 February 2020
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Ross
Adelaide, Australia83 contributions
Dec 2019 • Friends
Never ceases to give us enjoyment when we have a few minutes to spare to slowly drive the access road to the carpark and count how many koalas we can see.

When more time is available a lazy walk to the falls on the bottom track or the more adventurous rim walk. (Not advisable if you have vertigo or uncontrollable kids).
Written 21 February 2020
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whitlamabroad
Clevedon, UK551 contributions
Oct 2019
This is a great place to see Koalas. The walk is pretty up and around the falls. At the start of the walk there are some information boards with maps. Toilets at the start of the walk.

Visiting family members wanted to see Koalas and the park delivered.
Written 5 November 2019
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mostlyharmless
Singapore, Singapore1,262 contributions
Jul 2019
Just a few minutes out from Adelaide, we parked at Stradbroke road and walked up along the creek to join the main entrance point to the park. Toilets at main entrance, and then it was bush from then on. We climbed up towards the second falls, and were greeted with stunning views across the gorge. It was all made better by the fact that this was winter, so we were surrounded by as lush greenery as I have ever seen in Australia. The paths are sometimes uneven and steep in parts, so you have to be reasonably fit. However, the path to the first falls is relatively level and easy to walk, although you do miss out on the spectacular views.
Written 6 August 2019
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Sarah O
Singapore, Singapore91 contributions
Apr 2019 • Friends
We started in the morning to get some fresh crisp air. The tracks were not too wet which was good as the drops from some of them will lead to serious injuries or death.

The trails were easy to follow with proper markings along the way and the lookout points were lovely spots to take pictures. The warerfalls were unfortunately dry when we went but we got the chance to see a koala and a duck.

The children's playground at the bottom, where the bus stop was located, was a great place for the children to play and explore as they were shaped like animals. It was good to see Aboriginal names for the children to learn while they played on the equipment.

Overall, we enjoyed ourselves!
Written 22 July 2019
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