Onkaparinga River National Park

The main feature of this national park is the magnificent gorge, with cliffs up to 50 metres high, but it also has remnant woodlands of pink gum, grey box, she-oak and native pine, and a beautiful wildflower display in spring. There is a range of short-to-medium-length walks, such as the 4-kilometre Sundews Ridge Loop, with an option to hike down into the gorge if you are feeling up to it. The 4.5-kilometre Wetlands Walk is known for its birdlife.

Contact Info

DEH Belair: (08) 8278 5477


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