HALLETT COVE CONSERVATION PARK
Distance from Adelaide
GPS
Area
Number of Bird Species
18 km SW
34° 55' 43" S 138° 36' 00" E
50 ha.
23
How to get there
There are three main entrances to the park all serviced by an interpretive walking trail.
They are the eastern entrance off Dutchman Drive, the southern entrance off Heron Way and the northern entrance off South Avenue.
For train travellers the northern entrance is in easy walking distance of the Hallett Cove railway station and the southern entrance from the Hallett Cove Beach railway station.
This park is renowned for its geological formations.
The birds seen here are a good example of the more common species seen along the coastline.
There are many information boards on the interpretive walking trails explaining the various formations with references to flora and fauna seen in the park.
There is also a café at the southern entrance carpark with excellent views across the beach and out to sea.