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Located along Adelaide's southern beaches with new shopping complex near by and walk to train. Hallett Conservation Park is one of South Australia's most significant geological and archaeological sites, recording both an Australian ice age some 280 million years ago and more than 1,700 Aboriginal artefacts.
Among Hallett Coves rocky outcrops and sheer cliffs, visitors can see evidence of ancient Permain glaciation recording Australia's ice age.
Take a stroll along the northern cliff tops where you'll find huge slabs of polished rock with intriguing parallel scratched markings etched into its surface - the result of ancient glaciers dragging across the bedrock millions of years ago. Making this site internationally recognised as the best place to see glacial pavements in Australia.
Over the past 600 million years, the landscape at Hallett Cove has changed its appearance many times - varying from a shallow sea, a mountain range, covered by a thick icesheet and rich river flood plain. Follow the Black Cliff Interpretive Trail and marvel at how massive earth movements have caused the rock to squeeze, buckle and fold as mountain ranges were formed.
Another highlight is the Sugarloaf - a giant sand dune with distinct red and white layers, once the floor of an ancient glacial lake.
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- DVD player
- Free WiFi
- Ironing Facilities
- Linen Supplied
- SPECIAL WINTER RATESTES
- Swimming Pool
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