Valley Lake/Ketla Mapli Limestone Coast Management Board

Valley Lake Conservation Park, Mount Gambier, SA

The Valley Lake Kelta Malpi Conservation Park is located within the Crater Lakes precinct in Mount Gambier featuring picnic facilities, covered shelters, gas barbecues, seating and a playground. The precinct also includes public toilets, extensive parking suitable for buses and access for disabled guests. 

The City of Mount Gambier acknowledges the Boandik People as the traditional custodians of the land and water our city sits upon today and we respect and recognise the spiritual relationship Indigenous people have with the land and water.

The purpose of the Conservation Park is to make a significant contribution to conservation through the development and management of wildlife habitats which support a selection of indigenous plant and animal species.

To learn more about the significance of the seasons to the Boandik people, download the local Indigenous Seasonal Calendar here and create your own calendar with this blank template.

This ClimateWatch trail was supported by the City of Mount Gambier and funded by the Limestone Coast Landscape Board.

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