Marino Conservation Park

Free

Overview

Marino Conservation Park was a traditional resting place of the Kaurna Peoples, however, by the early 20th century much of the area had been cleared for grazing.

Today, the park conserves the last remaining stands of coastal heath vegetation along this part of the Adelaide coastline, forming a green buffer between the suburbs. The walking trail and fire access tracks allow you to explore the park, taking in its stunning scenic views over Brighton, Glenelg, Grange and the Marino Rocks Lighthouse. Dogs may be walked along these trails but must remain under your control on a lead at all times.

Features

Price

Free

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