South Australia has the most beautiful and unique hiking spots in the world. If you’re looking for a place to get away for just a weekend or you just want to enjoy the best of outdoor activities, here are the best 3 hiking spots near Adelaide, South Australia.
1. Mt Remarkable National Park. This is 3 hours away north from Adelaide. This is a place where there is 1600 hectares of untouched natural vegetation to explore. See, hear and smell the unique views of Aussie bush where you can hike up on the Heysen Trail. You can camp out here and you can just watch the beautiful landscape of the outback on sunset or sunrise.
2. Deep Creek Conversation Park. 1.5 hours away from Adelaide, this is a place where you can see Kangaroos, Kookaburras and Echidnas in their natural habitat. This place is also renowned for their stunning cliff-top views of Kangaroo Island and Backstairs Passage. This place is not to be missed.
3. Kangaroo Island. 3 hours South-west of Adelaide where you can hike, travel through caves and do a lot of wildlife watching. Kangaroo Island has many unique fauna and flora that does not exist on the main land of South Australia. You can see flocks of penguins or see the majesty of sea lions just on the coast of the Island. You have got 150km of hiking you can do at this place, and there is no shortage of sight seeing here. You can also explore the Kelly Hill caves and see the mysteries that are kept here. Kangaroo Island is one of the must see places, because you will never see anything like this place in the world.