Watiparinga Reserve -National Trust

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Watiparinga is a restored woodland of Grey Box (Eucalyptus microcarpa) trees over a grassy understorey. The reserve is located in the Hills Face Zone and provides valuable open space. There are steep rugged hillsides and spectacular rock formations with panoramic views over Adelaide and the coastline. The main Adelaide to Melbourne railway line passes through the reserve and the original single-track railway tunnel, which was in use from 1883 to 1919, is still present. The best time to visit Watiparinga Reserve is during spring and early summer. Mountain bikes are not permitted in this Reserve. Dogs are allowed on a leash in this reserve. The Reserve can be entered from: - The end of Glouscester Ave, opposite Mitcham Council Reserve, Belair - Eurilpa Street, Dale Road and Baeckia Place in Eden Hills - Shephards Hill CP via the Viaduct Track No camping or overnight parking.

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