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Cleland is a suburb in South Australia located in the Adelaide metropolitan area about 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) south-east of the Adelaide city centre. Its boundaries were created in October 2001, with additional land being added in 2010 from the adjoining suburb of Crafers. Its name is derived from the Cleland Conservation Park. The principal land use within the locality is conservation with the majority of its land area being occupied by the Cleland Conservation Park. Places within its extent include the summit of Mount Lofty. Cleland is located within the federal Division of Mayo, the state electoral district of Bragg and the local government area of the Adelaide Hills Council.
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Excellent park. Good variety of animals to interact with. Pottaroos are definitely lots of fun. Bring some apple slices to bring them close up to you.
Please is great for a walk in the Australian bush, easy access but not very big to offer a wide variety. Still good for turists and visitors. Check open and close times as can vary depending upon the year.
Open range zoo, showcasing animals native to South Australia. Great for families and anyone who loves nature. Also, great coffee and gift shop!
Great place to visit and take in the sites. The tracks and trails are well maintained and signed. Good for a trail run or leisurely walk.
The view is fantastic. The restaurant is good, always busy though. Staff are great. Souvenir shop is expensive, as they all are, but the products are uniquely South Australian.
A good park, well maintained and the animals have a lot of space. Still, there are some enclosures so if you don't like or support zoo's you will be disappointed. However, you can learn a lot about the animals and there are rescue animals as well.
Such a great place. Very family friendly. My 2yr old was able to feed just about every animal without any problems. Plus the cafe is good too.
Beautiful example of Australian bush within a very short distance of an Australian City (Adelaide). If walking through here, take plenty of water. Most parts are within mobile phone range. There are places where no one else goes, however there are popular places where it's pretty crowded. Stay to the paths so you don't destroy native plants please.
The animals had lots of space. It was a wonderful day out with the family. Bring your own lunch though as the prices for food are very very steep.
Beautiful area and very friendly animals. It was a long wait for the koala close up but it was good to see that each koala only did a half hour shift then got a rest. It's nice to be able to feed the animals that are loose around the park.
For locals and overseas guests wanting to experience local Australian wildlife and feed them. ...plus koala holding sessions. ...please visit here as you won't be disappointed.
Lovely place. Got to pat a kangaroo. All kinds of wonderful critters. Actually saw a Tasmanian Devil. The fish and chips we're good too. If you get the chance go!!!!!
Thoroughly employed our half day here. Totally natural habitat for the wildlife. Hand fed kangaroos and emus and saw lots of water dragons on the path ways. Would highly recommend.