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Adelaide : parcs et nature

Meilleurs parcs

Parc
“Located just 20 minutes walk away, take time out to explore the beauty and diversity of plants from across Australia and around the world. Spend an hour or spend the day among the 50 hectares of magnificently maintained gardens and stunning architecture. Relax in the shade or enjoy a coffee among some of Australia’s finest plant collections. Drop into Bicentennial Conservatory, the largest single span glasshouse in the Southern Hemisphere. It’s home to a number of endangered rainforest plants from subtropical and temperate forests in eastern Australia and abroad.”
  • Recommandé par 89 habitants
Zoo
“Cleland Wildlife Park has been a major tourist attraction in South Australia since 1967. The Department for Environment and Water (DEW) is committed to creating a sustainable environment that can be enjoyed by everyone both now and into the future. Cleland plays an important role in this strategy by helping visitors connect with animals in their natural environment. By providing an immersive nature experience, with a limited number of enclosures and the chance to get closer to some of our state’s most iconic animals, visitors will learn more about the importance of conservation The health of the animals is their number one priority and their keepers have years of experience in managing Cleland’s population. The park is a member of the South Australian Tourism Hall of Fame after winning the 'Significant Tourism Attraction' category at the 2007, 2008 and 2009 South Australian Tourism Awards.”
  • Recommandé par 60 habitants
Parc
“11 minute drive / 6.7kms a favourite park for all to enjoy. Park offers walking trails, tennis courts, gas BBQ's and more and is free to enter if you park outside the gates”
  • Recommandé par 43 habitants
Zoo
“Cleland Conservation Park is a protected area located in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia about 22 kilometres (14 mi) south-east of the Adelaide city centre. Cleland Conservation Park conserves a significant area of natural bushland on the Adelaide Hills face and includes the internationally popular Cleland Wildlife Park and the popular tourist destinations of Mount Lofty summit and Waterfall Gully. It is maintained by the South Australian Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources. The conservation park was named for Sir John Burton Cleland (1878-1971), a renowned naturalist, microbiologist, mycologist and ornithologist, and member of the Royal Society of South Australia. After a career in medicine and pathology, Cleland became keenly interested in wildlife conservation. The conservation park occupies land in the gazetted suburbs of Cleland, Crafers and Waterfall Gully.”
  • Recommandé par 37 habitants
Parc
“Perfect for a leisurely stroll, picnics or a more vigourous trek. Especially beautiful in Autumn but can be hard to find parking during this time. ”
  • Recommandé par 34 habitants
National Park
“Morialta Conservation Park, formerly the Morialta Falls Reserve and the Morialta Falls National Pleasure Resort, is a protected area 10 km north-east of Adelaide city centre, in the state of South Australia, Australia. The park is in a rugged bush environment, with a narrow gorge set with three waterfalls, bounded by steep ridges and cliffs. The park caters to many activities, including bushwalking, bird watching and rock climbing.”
  • Recommandé par 47 habitants
Parc
“A lovely haven in the city. Easy to reach by walking - enter Botanic Gardens on the NE corner of the city 'square' and walk through to Botanic Park, or via Frome Road entrance near zoo. ”
  • Recommandé par 22 habitants
Parc
“The garden was originally designed by council staff, in consultation with the Adelaide Japanse community, after Adelaide and Himeji entered a sister city relationship in 1982. However, aspects of the garden's design were criticised, including its cyclone fence and lack of attention to detail. In 1986, Japanese landscape designer Yoshitaka Kumada drew up plans to refurbish the garden, which included the purchase of trees and shrubs from Melbourne, and stones from near Adelaide. After a Shinto ground-breaking ceremony in May 1987, the works began, with Kumada himself overseeing the project. The little lake was reshaped, the Sea of Sand was expanded, and the garden filled with carefully selected plants and ornamentation to complement the granite Okunoin lantern gifted by the City of Himeji in 1985. The redesign was finally implemented completely in 1989, but Kumada continued to visit each year during the early 1990s, tweaking details and teaching techniques to the council gardeners.”
  • Recommandé par 19 habitants

Aires de jeux

Parc
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Playground
Playground
“This park has a playground for children and beautiful trees to relax under. You can walk across the road down the side laneway to access this park”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Parc
“A place to spend the day Features: Amphitheatre (Landscaped); Basketball; BBQ; Beach Shower; Beach views; Bike/walking path; Boardwalk; Clubrooms; Cycling Track; Lighting (sports lighting); Ocean Views; Open space; Outdoor Basketball; Picnic Tables; Playground; Playground - junior; Playground - youth ; Seating; Shared Use Path; Shelter; Tennis courts; Toilets”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Playground
“Just around the corner from Nonnas house. Beautiful landscape and great equiptment for the children to play on. Wheelchair friendly. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Playground
“A little known reserve in the area - modern facilities including tennis and basketball court, BBQ facilities, shaded picnic table and seating, public toilets, shaded playground, lots of plush and well-watered green grass to kick a footy or roll around on. Kids with training wheels on their bikes can ride around on the courts when not in use. Great spot for a family barbecue, picnic or party/get-together.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Playground
“Playground for the kids next to a gorgeous lake (perfect for feeding the ducks). Not fenced. Public toilets closeby. Kiosk open in the warmer months. Suitable for toddlers to 9yrs. 1-3hr playtime. Suitable for family picnics and BBQs. ****Download the app - Playground Finder for all the information you need. ****”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Skate Park
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Randonnées guidées

Plages

Beach
“Great food, go for a walk and you might be lucky to see some seals and dolphins around the Jetty ”
  • Recommandé par 17 habitants
Plaza
“Henley Beach, Henley Square is a popular beach place with lots of cafe and restaurants to enjoy.”
  • Recommandé par 13 habitants
Beach
“World Famous. Extremely popular beach with some of the most amazing scenery and walks you will ever experience.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Beach
“Take a stroll at sunset or sunrise for stunning vistas. Good for fishing too!”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Beach
“My favourite southern beach. Go for a champagne on the deck of Star of Greece Restaurant and enjoy watching the waves roll in.”
  • Recommandé par 16 habitants
Beach
“Beach, reef, amazing sunsets, picnic table and an easy walk from our AirBnB :)”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Motorsports Shop
“Amazing beach and wonderful cafes. Try Sourc'd - their tapas menu and sangria is delicious! ”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Beach
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant

Sentiers

Trail
“Waterfall Gully is a beautiful walking trail 6 minutes drive from the property. You can view the largest of 7 waterfalls in Cleland National Park and if you have the fitness, you can do the hike up the hills to Mt Lofty Summit. Mt Lofty Summit gives you a beautiful view over Adelaide.”
  • Recommandé par 32 habitants

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