The park’s narrow creek flows through a steep sided valley with majestic river red gums, (some more than 300 years old). This area was once a favourite camping, hunting and gathering ground for the Kaurna Aboriginal People.
Large river red gums line Brownhill Creek while blue gum woodland climbs the valley slopes. The park also supports a small, threatened, ecosystem of greybox grassy woodland.
Today, this 51 hectare park offers an escape from the city and includes a horse trail and fenced horse exercise area.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Camping Horse Riding Mountain Biking Walks