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Hallett Cove Conservation Park, Adelaide

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Contact: +61 8 8278 5477
Open Hours: Mo to Su from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Sandy to the south and strewn with black rocks to the north, Hallett Cove provides a quiet spot enjoyed by swimmers and fishermen alike. But the real jewel here lies in the rich geological history of the scarred cliffs and eroded foreshore. The area was declared a conservation park in 1976 to protect the unique glacial pavements and ancient sediments, remnants of a distant ice age. An informative walking trail along the cliffs takes in all the geological features including spectacular "Sugarloaf" and yields stunning views across St.Vincent's Gulf.