Cleland WildLife Park, South Australia

The 1960s saw an increasing demand for the provision of bushland for public recreation and for the preservation of native flora and fauna. The current site in Cleland Conservation Park (then known as Cleland Wildlife Reserve) was chosen and, in 1965, development of a Native Fauna Zone began. The aim was to create an area for the preservation and conservation of native fauna and flora, educational activities, public recreation and a tourist attraction.

Cleland Wildlife Park has been a major tourist attraction in South Australia since 1967. Nestled within the natural bush setting of Cleland Conservation Park and adjacent to Mount Lofty Summit, the park provides 35 ha of open bushland habitat where visitors can interact with Australian wildlife.

As part of a recent upgrade of board walk facilities the customer required that the existing board walks be fitted with a durable, slip resistant & aesthetically pleasing surface in keeping with the natural surroundings.

Installed by High Friction Surfaces Australia the upgrade to the Dingo Walk, two smaller foot bridges & the Bird Aviary has seen the board walks fitted with OmniDeck Panels and finished with OmniGrip Deco dressed with 2mm natural locally sourced crushed granite.

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Cleland Wild Life Park