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Red Banks Conservation Park

Red Banks Conservation Park
Discover permanent waterholes, red earth gorges and native vegetation at Red Banks Conservation Park, just 15 kilometres east of Burra.

Palaeontologists have described Red Banks as one of richest mega fauna sites in Australia.

A diverse assemblage of fossilised mega fauna remains are conserved within the park. Follow the Landscape of Change interpretive walk to learn about the landscapes as they were 65,0000 years ago and explore theories as to why these animals became extinct.

Another special feature is the park

15 kilometres east of Burra on Eastern Road, Burra, SA, AU

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