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Mount Scott Conservation Park

Mount Scott Conservation Park

Home to many threatened species, Mount Scott Conservation Park has diverse flora and fauna making it a stellar attraction for local and foreign tourists.

Located about 20 km away from Kingston in Southeast Australia, the park is a favourite for both locals and foreign tourists.

Mount Scott Conservation Park Information, Map & Address, SA

A number of animals native to the area can be seen at the conservation park. They include the silky mouse, the common wombat as well as the western grey kangaroo. The red-necked wallaby is also common within the park.

Tourists who love bird-watching will be enthralled to learn of the numerous bird species present at Mount Scott Conservation Park. One of the most exciting sightings for bird watchers is that of the rare Mallee Fowl, which is native to this area.

A number of recreational facilities are available onsite. Visitors who love to picnic can do so on the grassland area that covers the North West region of the conservation park, which is easily accessible from the main road. Campers will also enjoy camping in the park. Due to the nature of the two recreational outdoor activities, it is a prerequisite for visitors planning to hold barbecues to observe any fire bans restrictions that are in place.

Mount Scott Conservation Park is easily accessible through Mount Scott Road, an unsealed road that leads off Kingston Road. Nature lovers will certainly enjoy the serenity of nature, away from the frenetic pace of daily life.

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