Nestled amongst the Barossa Ranges, the Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park is perfect for bushwalkers. There are two walking trails passing through a variety of landscapes including creeks, rocky outcrops, areas of low forest, scrub and open grassland. The park has panoramic views across the ranges to the Barossa Valley.
The Wallowa Hike offers a comprehensive look at the park’s main features, including rock formations and a scenic lookout, this hike is 4.7km one way. While the Stringybark Loop provides a brief look at the park’s diverse flora and fauna and is 2km return.
Dusk and early mornings are the best time to observe the park’s wildlife. Be on the look out for kangaroos feeding on the open grasslands in the early morning or late afternoon, while the occasional echidna or possum may be seen foraging for food at dusk.
Come into the Barossa Visitor Centre in Tanunda for a map of the walks. Please note the park is open from sunrise to sunset and closed on days of Catastrophic Fire Danger and may be closed on days of Extreme Fire Danger.
Acknowledgement of Country —
The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people