Ferries McDonald Conservation Park

National Parks and Reserves

At around 880 hectares, Ferries McDonald Conservation Park is one of the larger Conservation Parks in the area.

The dense, predominantly mallee habitat provides a refuge for over 300 species of plants, and more than 80 species of birds. If you are lucky you may spy western grey kangaroos grazing in a neighbouring pasture, or catch a glimpse of several species of raptors floating in the sky above as they search for prey.

In spring, you can see the park alive with native orchids, flowering blossoms and all of the beautiful birds this season attracts. This park is home for the elusive and nationally endangered species, the malleefowl, which has been the subject of long-term research and monitoring in the park.

Facilities

Activities

Birdwatching Walks

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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The Strathalbyn Museum since 1974

Strathalbyn and District Heritage Centre (Museum)

Strathalbyn, Alexandrina

Heirloom Quilt - a queen size quilt constructed using vintage laces and doilies.

Strath Sewing and Quilting

Strathalbyn, Alexandrina

Water Playground 2

Murray Bridge Swimming Centre and Water Park

Murray Bridge

Hahndorf Villiage

Adelaide Hills Tour with Cellar Door

Murray Bridge

Cover photo

Hills & Coast

Strathalbyn, Alexandrina

Murray Bridge Speedway come to life at night

Murray Bridge Speedway

Murray Bridge

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