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Exploring and engaging with some of the most iconic natural environments in this picturesque area of South Australia, you’re guaranteed to create lasting memories from start to finish. Each of our tours ensure that your experience will be a memorable one – with plenty of nature and wildlife to enjoy throughout your journey. Whether it’s Cycling, Hiking, or Walking, you’ll find that we are able to offer each of these activities and more. When you experience one of our immersive Adventure Tours in Adelaide, you’ll receive a full safety briefing on arrival, after which you’ll be kitted out with all the equipment you need. Our qualified instructors will join you to ensure that you make the most out of your experience.

  • Packages start from AU$124.00
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From AU$124.00

Nature and Wildlife Bushwalk

If you enjoy nature, wildlife and bush walking then a day tour to
Adelaide’s Morialta Conservation Park is a must do! The bush walking
trails and native wildlife at Morialta offer an unspoilt wilderness
perfect to bring out the natural explorer within you! Be amazed by some
of the most breathtaking natural landscape within 30 minutes of the City
centre. As you follow the bush tracks with your guide, witness an
abundance of native flora and fauna set amongst amazing rock faces,
gorges and seasonal waterfalls.


Explore one of Adelaide’s most scenic National Parks with an experienced and passionate local guide.

This all-inclusive small group tour ensures a personalised and memorable experience. The Morialta trails are perfect for beginners and experienced bushwalkers alike.
Follow the bush trails to discover the Valley Walk, Kookaburra Rock, Giant’s Cave, Morialta Falls Plateau Hike and Eagles Nest Lookout.
Hike to all three of the waterfalls along Fourth Creek.
See many native animals within their natural environment including amazing birdlife and wild koalas among the gum trees.
Learn about the park’s early history, native plants and animals. Revitalise with morning tea while contemplating the surrounding natural bushland. This is a moderate graded hike. It involves some steep inclines and uneven surfaces and an average level of fitness and good mobility is required. The total distance walked is approximately 7 km over 3 hours.
Unique nature based experience
Morialta is part of the traditional lands of the Kaurna people and derives its name from the aboriginal word ‘Moriatta’ meaning ever flowing! The waterfalls, gorges and 500 hectares of natural bushland in Morialta have provided a popular escape for locals over the past 100 years. This tour provides an active and immersive experience that enriches the understanding of nature and the importance of looking after it. Bushwalking wilderness
Start your morning adventure along the Morialta walking trails as the bush wakes from its night slumber. As you follow the trails, discover amazing rock faces, gorges and seasonal waterfalls. Witness the dawn colours bounce on the spectacular rugged vistas and capture the sense of nature while discovering the natural wonders of this national reserve. Admire native animals in the wild
Morialta is the best place in Adelaide where you can see koalas in the wild! It offers a unique biodiversity where many native fauna can be spotted including the occasional kangaroo or echidna. The creeks, rock pools and the higher slopes of the Gorge offer a perfect habitat to several species of frogs and small lizards such as geckos, skinks, and dragons. Visit all three waterfalls
The seasonal waterfalls along Fourth Creek are one of the best known features of the park. Morialta Falls and Second Falls are the grandest, each cascading over sheer quartzite cliffs. Nestled at the end of the trail is the less visited but most tranquil Third Falls – be stunned by its peaceful and natural setting and take the time to listen to the softly cascading water. See amazing birdlife and wildflowers
Listen to the sounds and observe the many native birds such as the Superb Fairy-wren, rare Golden Whistler, Rainbow Lorikeet and the iconic Laughing Kookaburra. Use the supplied binoculars and be amazed by how many species you can discover. Every winter and spring the park is abundant with native wildflowers including many delicate and colourful orchid species.

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Cleland Wildlife Park Experience

Take a walk on the wild side and engage with some of Australia’s most unique and curious wildlife on this day tour from Adelaide! Cleland Wildlife Park is nestled within the beautiful Cleland Conservation Park just 30 minutes from the city centre. Whilst immersing yourself in the wonders of this natural bush environment, discover some of over 130 species of native wildlife in the park. The Koala close-up experience and the hand feeding of kangaroos and potoroos are definite must do’s!


Small group size ensures a personalised service.

All inclusive of Cleland Wildlife Park entry fees along with a
complimentary bag of animal food, park orientation and return transfer.
Scenic drive into the Adelaide Hills via the Cleland Conservation Park route including a stop at Mount Lofty Summit.
Plenty of time to explore the self-guided discovery trails at your leisure – walk among and hand feed the free roaming wildlife.
Listen to informative and engaging talks by Cleland park keepers at feeding
times and explore the Ocean to Outback Interpretive Centre.
Koala close-up experience – meet, touch and photograph Australia’s cutest inhabitant! *

Park maps are provided and available in English, French, Chinese, German, Italian or Japanese.



Be amazed with the views from Mount Lofty Summit
Before arriving at the wildlife park, we take a short stop at Mount Lofty Summit to enjoy the magnificent panorama over Adelaide. At approximately 710m, the summit is the highest point in the Adelaide Hills with uninterrupted views to the Gulf St. Vincent and as far as the eye can see north and south along the coastline. Experience the Cleland Wildlife Park difference
This 35 hectare natural bush setting provides a unique open space environment with very few enclosures. It is home to over 130 species of native animals and is one of only a few places in the world where you can hold a koala. Cleland Wildlife Park is well known for its management and care in the health and wellbeing of the animals. Choose your Koala encounter
Get up close to Australia’s iconic Koala! Your entry fee includes the ‘close-up’ experience where you can meet, touch and photograph one of the park’s cutest inhabitants while listening to the keepers who care for them. For an additional fee (no pre-booking), you have a unique opportunity to hold a koala and have a professional photo taken at the same time. * Koala experience availability is at the discretion of the park.
Walk among the free roaming animals
As you explore the park and follow the self-discovery trails, find an abundance of native wildlife and walk among the free roaming animals in their natural environment. Explore the lively wetlands where the pelicans, cormorants and water birds live. See kangaroos, emus, dingoes, wallabies, Tasmanian devils and many more! Enjoy an immersive experience
Engaging with the park’s friendliest inhabitants provide a truly immersive experience. The best way to get up close to the kangaroos, wallabies and potoroos is by hand feeding them with the included animal food. Don’t forget to save some for the emus and waterfowl as you make your way around the park! And do so much more!
Don’t forget the interactive keeper talks; it is a great way to learn about and see the animals in action! The Ocean to Outback Interpretive Centre provides an opportunity to learn about South Australia’s diverse ecosystems whilst viewing the nocturnal animals, small mammals and reptiles – you may even choose the reptile hold experience!
Tip: Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the park or sample some local South Australian produce at the Cleland Café.

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Vines and Victor Harbor Eco Adventure

Absorb the stunning scenery of the Fleurieu
Peninsula - ease
in to your day’s adventure on a lovely scenic drive to the south coast. Travel
through the city, along the coast and into the countryside of this beautiful
region. You’ll soon understand why they say this area offers some of the best
food, wine and wildlife in the state. Along the way stop at one of the quaint
seaside towns for a morning coffee break.


Explore Victor Harbor’s Granite Island - On arrival at Victor Harbor
revitalise with a stroll along the iconic causeway to the historic Granite
Island. Be amazed by the breathtaking ocean views and nature of the local area.
Sit down to a delicious picnic lunch provided by a sustainable local caterer.


Spot the charismatic marine wildlife of
Encounter Bay - meet
your captain for an exhilarating 45 minute ocean adventure to Seal Island. As
you cruise along witness the spectacular Waitpinga Cliffs and look out for an
array of seabirds such as petrels,
shearwaters and cormorants. With a bit of luck, the playful local dolphins may
even pop up to say hello! Looping around Seal Island see Australian Sea Lions
and Long-Nosed Fur Seals basking in the sun or frolicking in the water - these
cheeky creatures are sure to make your day.


Experience the sensory delights of d’Arenberg
Winery - after a short drive through McLaren Vale wine region arrive
at d'Arenberg Winery with time to explore the famous cube. Each of the five
levels have been carefully designed to entice and excite the senses, including
features such as a wine sensory room, virtual fermenter and many other tactile
experiences in the Alternate Realities Museum. Finish off your experience with
a tasting session of their delicious biodynamic wines.


Delight your senses
on the Biodynamic Talk and Taste tour - Arrive
at the eco-friendly Gemtree Winery and
head to the cellar door to begin your progressive wine tasting. Along the way
learn about the biodynamic practices and philosophy behind this family owned
property. Finish off the afternoon with a Vintner’s Platter and glass of
Gemtree regional wine while admiring the expansive views across the vineyard.

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  • Adelaide SA 5000
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8.30am | Adelaide Central Market, Grote Street, Adelaide – meet your Central Market Tours guide in the market at Providore Stall 66 (please arrive a few minutes early to ensure the tour can commence on time).

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