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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
+61 8 8336 0901
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The new update of the playground is simply amazing. It’s so nice to see a natural playground without plastic. It’s really interactive for the kids and they simply had a ball. The nature stream is a lot of fun too. I can’t recommend it anymore...More

Thank Krystelzcwne
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent a few hours in the park doing the main circuit hike of the falls. It has great views from the high parts of the trail and on a hot day it would be nice to dip your feet in the babbling creeks you...More

Thank Beetrootears
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Probably the best walking parks in Adelaide, a lovely place for a picnic cum BBQ. Excellent natural scenery. Splendid view even though the water flow was not very rapid. Walked up the trail to the Giants cave and easily managed to also reach the First...More

2  Thank apintolobo
Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

Saturday morning at Morialta was very busy, but the number of fellow visitors didn't detract from the beauty and tranquility of the park. The walk to the first falls is easy managed by small children. There are more challenging trails for people with reasonable fitnesssome...More

1  Thank Lisa T
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

It was great visiting Morialta falls!! It is local and very refreshing. Seeing all the families and couples enjoying the outside even on a cold day!!! The first falls has easy access and such a gorgeous setting. We even saw a rainbow at the first...More

Thank cynthia b
Reviewed 15 August 2017

As soon as I started walking around Morialta, I fell in love with the place. If you love nature and walks, Morialta is a MUST. No photo or words can do justice to the beauty. Morialta is such a peaceful place, where all life's worries...More

Thank GreenwoodEsther
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

Absolute beautiful waterfalls! The walk was nice as well and wasnt too long for anyone who struggles to walk far. I would love to do the other waterfalls sometime as well.

Thank Jade P
Reviewed 22 July 2017

There are numerous car parks at the trailhead. Again they fill up quickly so get there early to avoid disappointment. There are information boards at the bottom outlining many walk options. The signage on the actual walks is a bit hit and miss making it...More

Thank potatolord 5
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

We did the third falls hike with teenagers. The views along the way are breath taking. Luckily we could hear the waterfalls , plenty of birds and our own breathing in of fresh air. Paths are rocky in places but well maintained and it is...More

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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
18 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.
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