Discover our biodiversity sites, spy some rare species and explore the beautiful natural environment that surrounds our city.
Victoria Park Biodiversity Trail
Enjoy this short trail that showcases one of our most important biodiversity sites and perhaps glimpse some rare species found in Adelaide. The trail takes a turn through the nationally-threatened ecosystem Grey Box (Eucalyptus microcarpa) Derived Native Grassland, which we are managing to conserve in the future. Trail signs allow you to learn about the interesting history of this ecosystem and why it is important.
You can find the start of the trail in the fenced area at the southern end of Pakapakanthi / Victoria Park. Click here to find out more.
Main image: Victoria Park Biodiversity Trail
This fun trail takes you on a journey to find out how we have improved local biodiversity. You can experience how the environment might have been before urbanisation and participate in activities along the trail. Experience the delight of this restored native woodland that stands in the River Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) Woodland ecosystem.
You can find the start of the trail in Tulya Wardli / Bonython Park. Click here to find out more.
Image: Bunyip Trail Sign
Wirrarninthi Interpretive Trail
Wander through our nature / art trail that highlights interesting biodiversity stories and provides a fun place for children to explore and reconnect with nature. Explore the wetlands, where you can see Australasian Swamphens (Porphyrio melanotus) and experience the restored Mallee Box (Eucalyptus porosa) Woodlands.
You can find the start of the trail in the west Park Lands, between Sir Donald Bradman Drive and West Terrace. Click here to find out more.
Image: Mallee Box Woodland at Wirrarninthi Park
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