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Morialta Conservation Park

Stradbroke Road | 10km North East of Adelaide, Woodforde, South Australia 5072, Australia
+61 8 8336 0901
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Stradbroke Road | 10km North East of Adelaide, Woodforde, South Australia 5072, Australia
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+61 8 8336 0901
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"walking trails"
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"beautiful scenery"
in 5 reviews
"beautiful walk"
in 3 reviews
"clean toilets"
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"fitness levels"
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"australian bush"
in 3 reviews
"adelaide city"
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"varying difficulty"
in 3 reviews
"all ages"
in 5 reviews
"play equipment"
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"gum trees"
in 3 reviews
"koala bears"
in 3 reviews
"sunday afternoon"
in 2 reviews
"great place to visit"
in 3 reviews
"strenuous hike"
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"falls walk"
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"hiking experience"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The updated Morialta park is the best place for kids to play. It is very close to where we stay and we go there almost every weekend. The play equipment is very new and the kids will have a gala time. Also, there are walking...More

Thank Hussain R
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We saw lots of koalas lounging around in the trees above us. The climb to the cave and lookout is strenuous but lovely and cool place to sit and rest. Not wheelchair friendly or for the faint hearted. It was a hot day and a...More

1  Thank TraciePAustralia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This park is a wonderful place to visit and do the walk to Morialta Falls. Wonderful scenery. Look up for the Koalas!

Thank djhallett
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Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile

This a child's paradise. This playgound is so well constructed and perfect for children of all ages. It covers about 2 acres of land, with slides, climbing walls, tunnels and more, all built into the natural landscape. They can let their imaginations run wild for...More

Thank thatannegirl
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Reviewed 6 January 2018 via mobile

There’s a few huge installations - one with a long slide and the other in the image of a snake. It’s great fun but more catered to the more mature toddlers and above. Overall a nice lovely playground which is close to nature.

Thank 945limz
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Reviewed 15 December 2017

We visited for the first time today with grandsons 9 and 7. The boys happily entertained themselves for over 3 hours with no calls for food, absolutely amazing!!! There was plenty of variety on the play equipment, walls to climb and a creek area to...More

Thank annejim2016
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catherinec0x, Guest Relations Manager at Morialta Conservation Park, responded to this reviewResponded 20 December 2017

Thank you for your thoughtful comments. Yes it is busy in school holidays but early in the day is often good - when the kids have most energy too!

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Reviewed 7 December 2017

Took about 70 school children to the playground for over 4 hours. They had a fantastic time on all the various equipment, never stopping, never complaining. However the biggest hit was playing in the creek. Be prepared to take at least a change of socks...More

Thank Mark B
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Reviewed 25 November 2017 via mobile

I must admit we didn't find getting here that easy, the brown signs aren't on the freeway or main road but after you have nearly got there, we were lucky we found a lovely local lady Pat who actually took us there as we were...More

1  Thank Sharr1964
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catherinec0x, Guest Relations Manager at Morialta Conservation Park, responded to this reviewResponded 29 November 2017

Thanks for your comments. So pleased that you saw wildlife and had a good time. I will pass on your comments about signage and I'm sorry that you found it difficult. Using Google maps on your phone can be helpful but doesn't always work if...More

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Reviewed 22 November 2017

We three 65+ folks to the well maintained flat trail to the 1st waterfall. There are all kinds of trails that get you there and far beyond. We enjoyed seeing the rock formations with a few brief uprisings telling a tale of sudden activity at...More

1  Thank ruthandvern
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catherinec0x, Guest Relations Manager at Morialta Conservation Park, responded to this reviewResponded 29 November 2017

So glad you enjoyed this lovely walk - the pathway and bridges over the creek have been specially constructed for all levels of fitness. As you found, early morning is a good time as things can get busy and warm later on.

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Reviewed 8 October 2017

I recall coming to see these falls in 1986 and it was very quiet and having been a recent drought there was no water for Morialta Falls. Times have changed and it seems this little conservation park brings people by the Bus Loads. It is...More

Thank Joseph P
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Heather J
18 June 2017|
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Response from Charles I | Reviewed this property |
You can walk your dog but from the lower carpark area up to the first main area that branches off to the falls and other walks, so maybe a 2-3km round trip, but no further as considered a "national park" so I hope that helps
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silvanadavid77
19 February 2017|
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Response from hansche07 | Reviewed this property |
If you drive all the way in, that car park is quite near the waterfall, a stroll will get you there in about 20mins. There are a few different trails there, it is worth trying those if you have the time too.
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Shilpa K
19 October 2016|
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Response from Geoff A | Reviewed this property |
there are a number of hikes ranging from about 2km to 10km or more and from fairly flat terrain to more challenging but you won't need climbing gear. there are some abseiling points though if you have the right gear. plenty... More
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