Cleland Conservation Park is a protected area of land in Adelaide, Australia. The area stretches for around 4.3 miles and includes the Cleland Wildlife Park and Mount Lofty. The area is protected due to its natural bushland. The area is named after Sir John Burton Cleland who was a renowned naturalist, It is maintained by the South Australian Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources. The conservation area is a beautiful place with large scenic areas which are understandably being protected to stop them being ruined by redevelopment, pollution and much more.
You can get to the area by getting on a limited bus service from Adelaide that heads for the Cleland Wildlife Park. The area also has a small car park at Mount Lofty.
Opening Times and Admission
The wildlife park in the conservation park is open most days of the year, although there is a charge to enter.