This park features the internationally popular Cleland Wildlife Park, Mt Lofty Summit and the scenic Waterfall Gully, all of which can be explored using the extensive network of walking and cycling trails.
Cleland Conservation Park conserves an important area of bushland situated in the Adelaide Hills face zone. A fantastic network of walking and cycling trails introduces you to the diverse native wildlife, cultural heritage and spectacular views of the Adelaide Hills and surrounds.
One of South Australia’s most popular walking trails traverses this unique area from Waterfall Gully to Mt Lofty Summit.
There is also a selection of trails and fire tracks where you can ride your bike on shared use trails within the park. Some of these popular trails include the Cleland link trail between Crafers and Mt Lofty, Wine Shanty trail, Chambers and Adventure loops.