Tagged: Bushwalking



Morialta Conservation Park is easily accessible by public transportation it’s about 13 km from Adelaide City. Enjoy bushwalking, gorge scenery and waterfalls when in season. The one thing I never missed when at this place is spotting a lovely cutie Koala hanging over the tree. As you enter into the walking trail starting point she’s always there no matter what – awake or asleep! If you are upto a good grind exercise why not try bushwalking? No we are not health buffs we are just plain places and spots enthusiast. Infact, because we were too novice we chose the shorter distance and from the information above we picked the Deep View Lookout Hike. Unknowingly, this wasn’t an easy one after all. We were already ascending when we noticed that it was actually a 1.5 kilometre inclined trail all the way to the lookout and another 1.5 kilometre steep descent back...



[wp_ad_camp_1] Innes National Park is located in the southwest tip of the Yorke Peninsula and is about 300 kilometres away from Adelaide. It is approximately a 3.5 hours drive from Adelaide City. The National Park is a popular destination for campers, bushwalkers and fishing enthusiasts. Here are photos of the breathtaking coastal views that we saw during a visit in 2015. [huge_it_gallery id=”9″] [wp_ad_camp_3]