Nature & Outdoor Activities

Explore the scenic landscapes, enchanting scrublands, tranquil creeks and peaceful settings of Clare Valley’s parks and lookout spots. Throw a picnic rug under a tree, lie back and enjoy the setting.

It’s a nature-lovers wonderland. Clare Valley is home to such natural treasures as Red Banks Conservation Park, Spring Gully Conversation Park, Mokota Conservation Park and Martindale Hall Conservation Park.

Rolling hills, wildflower displays, Blue Gums and Stringybark vegetation abound. You might even spot euros, Western Grey Kangaroos, Short-beaked echidnas or a Southern Hairy-nosed wombat at some of the sites.

Conservation Parks, Lookouts and outdoor activities

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Brooks Lookout

8844 5175
Old Blyth Road Blyth 5462

Farming; A Way Of Life - A Common Thread

8844 5175
Padnaindi Reserve, South Terrace, Blyth South Australia South Terrace Blyth 5462

Gleeson Wetlands

0411 492 223
Christison Avenue Clare 5453

Lake Bumbunga

1800 242 131
Bumbunga Lake Clare 5453

Mintaro Maze

8843 9012
Lot 91 Jacka Road Mintaro 5415

Mokota Conservation Park

8841 3400
White Hill Road Mount Bryan 5418

Red Banks Conservation Park

8841 3400
15 kilometres east of Burra on Eastern Road Burra 5417

Riesling Trail

Main North Road and Spring Gully Road Clare 5453

Spring Gully Conservation Park

8841 3400
Saw Mill Road Spring Gully 5453