Hallett Cove Conservation Park is one of Australia’s most recognised geological and archaeological sites. It’s located just 22 kilometres south of Adelaide. In the past 600 million years the park has undergone a number of changes – being beneath the sea, covered in an ice sheet, and forming a mountain range.
I made a virtual walking tour of Hallett Cove Conservation Park in South Australia. I took drone shots and videos of the beautiful rock formation next to the beach!