Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park, Aldinga Beach

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Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park is a protected area located in the suburbs of Aldinga Beach and Sellicks Beach about 46km south by west of Adelaide in South Australia. The park was proclaimed in November 1975 under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972 for the purpose of protecting a parcel of undeveloped land considered to be 'a significant remnant of the natural habitat that once occurred all along the southern Adelaide coastline'. The conservation park is classified as an IUCN Category III protected area.
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  • very pretty scrub for nature walking. cant take the pooch sadly. but lots of lazy skippys, bird life, and there is a wet lands nearby thats worth checking out. can bike ride around this  more »
  • Very interesting walk through the scrub with lots of local birds and animals to see as well as trees and flowers.  more »

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