The Morialta Conservation Park is a beautiful place to visit. The irregular ridge like formations that are a natural part of the terrain as well as the amazing vistas which are picture perfect all around only add to the glory of the waterfalls that overflow each season. The Morialta Conservation Park makes up for a heavenly creation nature that remains undisturbed by the modernization of the world. The most popular areas of this park can be named as the four waterfalls that are formed along the pathway to Fourth Creek. The amount of walking paths and tiny tree covered trails are numerous. If you wish to engage in some rock climbing there are ample opportunities for that in the park, and many say that the view from the top is unrivaled.
Out of the waterfalls, the first two appear as the most regal, with both of them falling in great frothy columns over sheer cliffs. Spring and winter are considered as the best times to visit the Morialta Conservation Park as that is when the waterfalls receive the most amount of water. The many pools of rock and creeks that are home to the tiny reptiles as well as amphibians and bird species is quite a treasure jackpot for the nature enthusiast while the many residents of the park such as the thorn bills and honeyeaters are easily spotted.
The park remains open to the public every day, except on Christmas and closes exactly 15 minutes before the sunset. It also opens at sunrise. There are also quite a few Adelaide holiday accommodation options available about a half hour away such as the Oaks Horizons and many others.
There are modes of public transport that can get you to the Morialta Conservation Park if you do not drive. The metro bus and train stations of Adelaide operate services that will take you here at any given time during the day.
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