MT BILLY CONSERVATION PARK
Distance from Adelaide
GPS
Area
Number of Bird Species
 
77 km
35° 27′ 21″ S  138° 36′ 00″ E
200 ha.
91
How to get there.
Take the Myponga road from Victor Harbor for about 15 kilometres. The park is situated to the north of the Hindmarsh Valley Reservoir. The gate at the centre of the park provides foot access. Take care when entering Myponga Road.
This park represents some of the best preserved mallee and forest communities within the southern Mount Lofty Ranges. The thick understorey and creek lines provide habitat for numerous bird and animal species including the Bassian Thrush, and the Southern Brown Bandicoot. The thick understorey grows close to the established trails through the park where many species of orchids can be found. To protect these small fragile plants, please do not leave the established trails. To avoid the introduction of Phytophthora into this park, ensure boots are clean before entering the park. Remove all soil from your boots using a hard brush.