Located in Adelaide's southern suburbs, 13 kilometers south of the city, this attractive park straddles the course cut by the Sturt River as it winds towards the Adelaide plains. Some of the rocks, known as tillite, were formed here during a long-gone ice age. The geological significance of the park was recognized by Antarctic explorer Sir Douglas Mawson. Non-geologists can also enjoy Sturt Gorge by simply following the walking trails or sitting a while by the river to take in the bird-life.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
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