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Published June 2nd 2016
The Morialta Conservation Park is 15 minutes from the City at the base of the Adelaide Hills. Morialta has numerous walking trails throughout, but is most famous for its three main waterfalls.
The Third Falls at Morialta Conservation Park are the most eastern, highest up the hill, and the furthest from the car park. However they are the falls that one can get closest to, and they sit at the end of the Grand Hike or the Third Falls Hike, approximately 4km from the car park.
The Morialta Falls are fed by the Fourth Creek which commences near Marble Hill at the highest point of this particular section of the Adelaide Hills. Fourth Creek flows down the hills, passing and forming the three waterfalls in Morialta Conservation Park, before passing through suburban Newton and Campbelltown on its way to join the River Torrens in Felixstow.
Morialta Conservation Park is open all hours, with access to the car park only available between sunrise and sunset.