Kinchina Conservation Park

Free

Overview

At 414 ha, Kinchina Conservation Park forms the largest area of native vegetation in the Monarto Crown Lands region.

The Rocky Gully creek meanders through the park to the north, with beautiful granite outcrops forming features which can be enjoyed from the Lavender Federation Trail. In the later parts of the year the area is blossoming orchids, lilies and beautiful spring wildflowers, it is definitely worth a visit at this time! Patience might reward you with a sighting of several rare birds, including the diamond firetail, restless flycatcher or a hooded robin.

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