Brookfield Conservation Park is located near Blanchetown in the South Australia’s Riverland district. The park is home to a wide array of native wildlife, not only the southern hairy-nosed Wombat, but also to species such as the fat-tailed dunnart, common dunnart, red & western grey kangaroos and emus.
These animals share the park with abundant bird life including the nationally vulnerable malleefowl, Australian ringneck parrots, hooded robins and crested bellbirds along with the rarer stone curlew, ground cuckoo shrikes and Australian owlet nightjars.
The public section of Brookfield Conservation Park is open from 7am until sunset, 7 days a week.
This park is closed 4 times a year for feral animal control programs.