INCREDIBLE TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
We start by picking you up and driving to the very top of Mt Lofty. There you can enjoy the view and a coffee before we fit you to a bike – a current model 27.5 Dual Shock or Hardtail Mountain Bike fitted with 27 gears and hydraulic brakes, plus a helmet and safety brief.
Then we will head for the designated trails, recently opened by the DEWR to create a trail network in Cleland for bikes as part of the new People and Parks strategy. This gives riders access to an extensive network of fire trails through some of the best bush in the Adelaide Hills. That’s right, you can get your mountain bike good and dirty just a few km out of the CBD!
Make a stop at Cleland Wildlife Park
The award-winning Cleland Wildlife Park is one of South Australia's must-see attractions. Located in a beautiful natural bushland setting, Cleland offers visitors many memorable opportunities to discover a large number of South Australia's captivating wildlife. Many animals are free-roaming in the 35-hectare park, creating wonderful impromptu opportunities to touch and interact with our native wildlife. You can even hold a koala and have this special experience captured with a souvenir photo (fees apply).
Finishing at Waterfall Gully
Located in Cleland Conservation Park, Waterfall Gully is home to the largest of seven waterfalls in the park. Stop for a bite to eat at the Utopia @ Waterfall Gully restaurant. Housed in a historic Swiss-style chalet built in 1911, it is the only restaurant in Australia set at the base of a waterfall.