Explore stunning hiking trails of Morialta Conservation Park

Discover the diverse trails of Morialta Conservation Park, South Australia, offering hikes and walks for all skill levels and interests. Find your perfect adventure today.

Grade 4

Yurrebilla S4: Norton Summit to Morialta (7.5km)

Waterfalls, Walks & Nature near Adelaide

Located just 10 kilometres northeast of Adelaide, Morialta Conservation Park offers a refreshing escape into natural beauty for visitors of all ages and abilities. Explore the park’s diverse landscapes, including creeks, woodlands, gorges, and stunning waterfalls, and feel a world away from the city.

Morialta Conservation Park is famous for its waterfalls. Visit during the winter months to witness the cascades at their most powerful, or come in spring to be greeted by vibrant wildflowers. Take a leisurely stroll along the First Falls Walk, leading you directly to the park’s main waterfall.

The park caters to a variety of interests. Relax on a picnic blanket and soak in the natural surrounds at the Mukanti Playspace. Keep your eyes peeled for native wildlife like koalas and kookaburras perched in the tall gum trees.

Morialta Conservation Park offers a network of walking and hiking trails suitable for all fitness levels. Choose from shorter options like the First Falls Walk or challenge yourself with a longer hike on the Second Falls Hike or Third Falls Hike, which delve deeper into the park’s hidden gorges.

For adrenaline seekers, Morialta Conservation Park boasts the most popular natural rock climbing area in South Australia. The Morialta Rock Climbing Zone, accessed from Climbers Track off Norton Summit Road, offers climbs of varying difficulty and exposure to test your skills.

Morialta Conservation Park is open year-round, making it a perfect destination for any season. Pack comfortable shoes for exploring the walking trails, and remember to bring plenty of water, especially during the warmer months.

Want to find the best trails in Morialta Conservation Park for a relaxing walk with the family or a challenging hike? Trail Hiking Australia has the top trails for walking, hiking, and exploring everything the park has to offer.