Warren Conservation Park

Barossa Valley

Explore 363 tranquil hectares of wattles, banksias and spring heaths, plus pink, blue and statuesque river red gums. Steep tracks for experienced hikers. Access via Kersbrook, 19km south of Lyndoch.

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