The Monarto Conservation Park Walking Trail is an enjoyable grade 1 walk in the Murray River, Lakes & Coorong region of South Australia. You will cover approximately 1.2km in a duration of 45 mins.
A short loop walk in the north-eastern corner of the semi-arid park. The park comprises remnant mallee woodland, dry heathland, native pines and broombush thickets typical of the area before European settlement and farming. Don’t ignore the fantastic flora of the park, there’s always something in flower in Monarto throughout the year. This walk is frequented by bird watchers, although bird life present may depend on what is flowering at the time you visit.
The trail is well marked with regular marker posts.
The walking trail was constructed by the Friends of the Ferries McDonald and Monarto Conservation Parks.
See some bird-watching photos from this park:
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For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Walking SA