Wilabalangaloo Reserve-National Trust

Point Of Interest

4.3 from 3 users


Wilabalangaloo helps to conserve many plants, birds, animals and insects of particular conservation significance. The 92 ha Wilabalangaloo Reserve is located on the western bank of the River Murray on the outskirts of the Berri township. As you comfortably wander along the nature trail, you will encounter a rich variety of plants and birds.The abundant and splendid Australian Bugle (Ajuga australis) flowering in Spring. It would be particularly exciting to discover the rarely seen insects, the Foot Spinners (Embioptera spp). Wilabalangaloo showcases a 1 km stretch of imposing ochre-coloured sandstone cliffs (about 30 metres high), providing spectacular scenery from the river and from the cliff-top viewing platform. The name of the reserve is thought to be based on the Aboriginal word meaning place of red, yellow and brown stones. Dogs are allowed on leash within this reserve. No dogs allowed around the BBQ area. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -34.252255 Lng: 140.622232

User Reviews



What a wonderful find! Really interesting walking tracks with so much added interest following guided map points. Great views - some inclines but really well mark Jed- a few lengths you cam choose from? :



We rocked in here today 23/5/22 , we thought that this is well worth a visit, it's maintained by Volunteers who do a fabulous job. There are 3 walks of varying lengths, but you can combine 2 of these for a walk of about 1.6k which we did, the walk along the River is very picturesque and recommend. The sign at the entrance says no Caravans but there is room to turn around we got our 7mtr Motorhome around no worries.


Tim n Al

Fabulous spots, walks of varying lengths, lovely views over the river. Is maintained by volunteers, donations appreciated.


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