Scott Creek Conservation Park is found near the villages of Cherry Gardens, Scott Creek and Bradbury. It can be reached easily from Blackwood, Stirling or Bradbury from the north, and Clarendon, Aberfoyle Park, etc. from the south and west. South-east of the park is the catchment area for the Mount Bold Reservoir. The park and the catchment area are surprisingly wild considering their proximity to Adelaide. However there is NO access to the reservoir or catchment area from the park.
General map showing Adelaide, Blackwood and the park. Locality Rose showing direction and distance to surrounding places

This next map, the same as on the gate signs and prepared by our members, shows all the tracks in the park and showcases some of the more visible examples of the work we Friends have done over thirty years of regular
(and extra-curricular) working bees.

Small overview map

You can download a PDF version. It is 500Kb in size.

We also have for sale highly detailed full contour maps, double sided, in A3 (1:10,000 scale) or A4 (1:15,000) sizes.
Here is a sample. To purchase these high quality maps please contact .

180 degree view of park from the front of Mackereth Cottage
The view looking out from Mackereth Cottage
Photo : Les Peters

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