The weather was absolutely perfect on Sunday, so our friend suggested going on a road trip to Hallett Cove Conservation Park.
You might have seen some of these photos already, if you follow me and/or C on Instagram (@GrowingwiththeTans / @whosyrfather), but it was such a lovely day that I had to share the photos here.
There’s a walking trail that describes the park’s cultural and geological heritage, including evidence of an Australian ice age some 280 million years ago. The outstanding glacial pavements along the northern cliff tops are recognised as the best record of Permian glaciation in Australia and have international significance. We were particularly fascinated by Sugar Loaf, which really does look like a loaf of bread!
Pelicans flying in the V formation
The gorgeous beach
Fishermen at work
Hallett Cove is a short drive away from Adelaide city, and we will definitely miss being so close to such lovely scenery, when we return to Singapore.
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