It is really quite a privilege to sit on the banks of a pond, feeding ducks at a busy intersection in the midst of suburbia. The Warriparinga Wetlands was developed both to improve the water quality of the Sturt River and to increase the aesthetic value of Laffers Triangle. It covers an area of 1.8 hectares (18000 square metres) and consists of four ponds, surrounded by native vegetation, birds and wildlife. A number of walking paths weave their way between the trees and a timber bridge acts as a good vantage point to view the wetland.
Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water