- Mount Magnificent Conservation Park
Mount Magnificent Conservation ParkIUCN Category III (Natural Monument) Nearest town/city Mount Compass Coordinates Area 0.9 km2 Established 27 April 1972 Managing authorities Department for Environment and Heritage Official site Mount Magnificent Conservation Park
Mount Magnificent Conservation Park is a small conservation park located on the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia, 58 km south of Adelaide. The park comprises 90 ha of remnant bushland. The major feature of the park is the 380m high Mount Magnificent. There is a walking track running east - west through the park, as well as an easy trail to the top of Mount Magnificent. All of this track is part of the Heysen Trail and links Finniss Conservation Park to the east, and Kyeema Conservation Park to the northwest. The park is a good site to see Western Grey Kangaroos in a near native habitat.
- ^ Mount Magnificent Conservation Park Information Sheet Department for Environment and Heritage, Accessed 21/4/07
- ^ Willunga - South Australia, SMH, 8 February 2004, Accessed 23/9/07
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