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Grancari

50 Northumberland Road, Onkaparinga Hills SA 5163
Grancari Estate Wines specialize in full bodied, fruity organic red wines. The organic winery has been established since 2000. The vineyard was planted by George Cox in the 1940 and rejuvenated in the 80s by Rino and Greta Ozzella. Grancari Estate Wines is approximately a half hour drive south of Adelaide and is open Saturday afternoons from 1pm to 4pm, or by appointment for groups at other times. The vineyard is set in the Onkaparinga Hills with sweeping views to the westerly setting sun.
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Onkaparinga River National Park

Piggot Range Road, Onkaparinga Hills SA 5163
Onkaparinga National Park features a magnificent gorge with commanding 50-metre high cliffs, large permanent rock pools and a diverse estuary environment to explore. South Australia's second longest river, The Onkaparinga, meanders through the gorge, transforming into an entirely different estuary environment of wetland ponds and flood plains. Admire the parks spectacular gorges along its wonderful network of walking trails. The parks rugged gorges and river plains also provide a natural corridor for wildlife. If you’re into bushwalking, head to the northern side of the gorge along Piggott Range Road. The southern entrance along Chapel Hill Road provides easy access to the gorge area.

Grancari

50 Northumberland Road, Onkaparinga Hills SA 5163
Grancari Estate Wines specialize in full bodied, fruity organic red wines. The organic winery has been established since 2000. The vineyard was planted by George Cox in the 1940 and rejuvenated in the 80s by Rino and Greta Ozzella. Grancari Estate Wines is approximately a half hour drive south of Adelaide and is open Saturday afternoons from 1pm to 4pm, or by appointment for groups at other times. The vineyard is set in the Onkaparinga Hills with sweeping views to the westerly setting sun. ...

Onkaparinga River National Park and Recreation Park

Piggott Range Road, Onkaparinga Hills SA 5163
In Onkaparinga River National Park, diverse hiking trails take you to cliff tops with magnificent views, or down to permanent rock pools teeming with life. You’ll see rugged ridge tops and the narrow river valley of the spectacular Onkaparinga Gorge. Wherever you go, you’ll be among native wildlife such as birds, koalas, kangaroos and possums. In Onkaparinga Recreation Park, the river spills onto the plains, creating wetland ponds and flood plains. The area conserves important fish breeding habitat and hundreds of native plant and animal species, many of which are rare. The Onkaparinga River estuary also provides habitat for endangered migratory birds. This park is popular with people of all ages and interests. You can go fishing in the river, wander along the wetland boardwalks, ride a bicycle on the shared use trails, walk your dog (on a lead), kayak the calm waters or just be at peace with nature. From the rugged gorge to the river plains, the Onkaparinga River parks provide a natural corridor for wildlife moving from the natural and recovering landscapes, downriver to the wetland estuary, abundant with life....

Onkaparinga River National Park

Piggot Range Road, Onkaparinga Hills SA 5163
Onkaparinga National Park features a magnificent gorge with commanding 50-metre high cliffs, large permanent rock pools and a diverse estuary environment to explore. South Australia's second longest river, The Onkaparinga, meanders through the gorge, transforming into an entirely different estuary environment of wetland ponds and flood plains. Admire the parks spectacular gorges along its wonderful network of walking trails. The parks rugged gorges and river plains also provide a natural corridor for wildlife. If you’re into bushwalking, head to the northern side of the gorge along Piggott Range Road. The southern entrance along Chapel Hill Road provides easy access to the gorge area....