PARA WIRRA CONSERVATION PARK

Public BBQ

Explore the fascinating Barossa Goldfields on a scenic loop walk through old mining areas. Well-marked signage guides you through the bush track, providing insights into the area's history. Discover old mine shafts, diggings, and buildings, complete with tools and equipment. Choose from a variety of walking trails, including the lesser-known Wild Dog Track Dam. Best enjoyed in winter when nature flourishes, with flowing creeks and vibrant greenery. Encounter abundant wildlife like emus, kangaroos, and lizards. This hidden gem offers something for everyone, from nature lovers to families seeking adventure.

Address

South Australia, Australia
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Nearby Features

  Playground
  Picnic tables
  Walking tracks
  Toilets
  River/Lake
  Parking

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Address

South Australia, Australia
View on Google Maps

Nearby Features

  Playground
  Picnic tables
  Walking tracks
  Toilets
  River/Lake
  Parking

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Scroll up and click on BBQ StreetView. It will visually show you the location of at least one BBQ in the area. Larger parks will generally have several BBQs scattered around in various spots.

Check out our How To Find a Public BBQ guide for more help.

No! The BBQs are first come, first serve. However, if you plan on having a larger event then please check with the local council.

Come prepared with the right essentials, and you'll enjoy a fun day of barbecuing in PARA WIRRA CONSERVATION PARK. For more information, check out our What to Bring to a Public BBQ guide.

Aussie public BBQs are simple to use. Majority of sites listed on this website are gas or electric BBQs. Simply press the button and it will turn on for a set amount of time (10-20 minutes).

We do also list wood fired BBQs on this site, so check the above descriptions and photos to be prepared.

Check out our How To Use Public BBQ Guide for further information.

Did you turn it on properly? Check out our How to Use Public BBQ guide.

If you are convinced that the BBQ has issues, then contact the local council and let them know it's faulty.

You should first check with your local council about the rules and restrictions.

Generally, it is permissible to utilize your own gas BBQ, provided it remains under continuous supervision. However, the usage of Charcoal BBQ's is typically restricted, with the exception of parks equipped with designated charcoal disposal bins.

Check out our guide on Portable BBQs in Aussie Parks and Beaches for more information.

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