All South Australian parks are open for locals to visit, while social distancing. However, most facilities are closed, which includes campgrounds, playgrounds, communal facilities such as barbecues, firepits, showers & indoor camp kitchens, and bookable accommodation such as shearers’ quarters and lightkeepers’ cottages – including ForestrySA reserves
The Fairview Conservation Park is a protected area in South Australia; located 17 kilometres north of Lucindale in Woolumbool.
It was established as a conservation park according to the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972.
Fairview Conservation Park, Birds, Camping, Lagoons & Birdwatching SA
Visitors frequent the area for bushwalking and its many secluded picnic spots. The trails within the park are suitable for seasoned and newbie bushwalkers alike.
While the park has no facilities or amenities, its main attraction is the unspoiled nature and abundant native flowers.
Bird enthusiasts frequent the Fairview Conservation Park as well for its numerous sightings. Common bird species that live here include the wedge-tailed eagle, superb fairywren, rainbow lorikeet, red wattlebird, and the White-browed Woodswallow. Less common species seen here include the Australiasian shoveler, swamp harrier, black-chinned honeyeater, and the yellow-faced honeyeater.