White Rock, north of the Flinders Peak complex, is home to many native animals including echidnas, wallabies and even the endangered Glossy Black Cockatoo.
The area features prominent white sandstone outcrops, providing views in all directions.
This area has significance for the local Ugarapul people.
The 3.5km return walk is rated easy to moderate, with a few steep sections. Bookings essential.
Event hosted by Wolston and Centenary Catchments Inc.
White Rock Conservation Park, Redbank Plains (details provided upon registration)
Contact: Ed Parker, 0419 490 925, firstname.lastname@example.org