Lobethal Bushland Park receives new suite of informative signs

​Lobethal Bushland Park could easily be missed by people who don't know it's there.

Tucked away off of Kenton Valley Road, Lobethal, this gem of our parks collection is 118 hectares of beautiful natural landscape, two reservoirs, and a modest recreation area for family picnics.

The reserve has very high flora diversity (194 species) with 12 species of conservation significance, and a multitude of fauna, though they remain hidden most days and it's the birdsong that catches your attention. It also has five separate walking trails of varying difficulty that are perfect for welcoming the change of season.

Council has recently installed updated signs around the park that identify facilities on site, note the significant Heritage Area within the park, and areas of note including Stringybark Forest and Butterfly Valley.

Click here to download the supporting flyer that contains the walking trails and background information about the land.

Much of the information and photos used in this project could not have been possible without the support of the Friends of Lobethal Bushland Park.

Lobethal Bushland Park
Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
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