Rudall Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information


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Rudall: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Cleve Centenary Park and Agricultural Display

The Cleve Centenary Park is maintained by the local Cleve Lions Club. It is immaculate and well serviced.

The park is located in the centre of the Cleve township, has a fully fenced, shaded playground with picnic tables and seating. There are gazebos, barbecue facilities and a large modern toilet complex with a tourist information board and a large mud map of the district with plenty of parking for the caravan or RV.

The Cleve Centenary Park is also home to a historic agricultural implement display and the RV Park is across the road for convenience.

Birdseye Highway
Cleve, SA, 5640

Located 20.3K from Rudall

Cleve Sporting Facilities

Cleve Sporting Facilities is home to various local sporting groups and maintained by the Cleve Sporting Bodies with the grounds providing facilities for a range of sports.

With well maintained courts offering basketball, netball and tennis there is also a skate park with ample room for skateboarders, rollerbladers and scooters, a children's play ground, as well as a well manicured oval. The GymWorks community gym is also based here.

There is ample room for a stop over, so enjoy some exercise, a picnic and some fresh air. This could break up your travels or entice you to stop and explore the rest of the Cleve township.

For more information on using the facilities available please contact the Cleve Sporting Bodies.

South Terrace
Cleve, SA, 5640

Located 20.7K from Rudall

Observation Hill and Lookout

Observation Hill, locally known as Ticklebelly Hill, is a tranquil area of native bush, which provides a safe, sustainable environment for the protection of the Silver Daisy.

Being a highly palatable food for stock and native herbivores, has resulted in the Silver Daisies decline in the Cleve district. This particular species is only found in small patches of vegetation, such as Ticklebelly Hill.

As well as being a conservation area, Ticklebelly Hill provides a walking trail for a leisurely stroll, as well as a look out point over the Cleve township. You can see as far as Arno Bay, landmarked by big white grain silos. The lookout point is a historical site and was used as an enemy aircraft spotting post during World War II, manned 24 hours a day.

Tourism sites in the District are well signposted, many with sheep dog signs for your enjoyment.

Mitchell Street
Cleve, SA, 5640

Located 20.8K from Rudall

Apex Park and Picnic Area

Apex Park is a beautiful space connecting East Terrace and Silver Street, Cleve, SA. It is maintained by 'Friends of the Park'.

As a walkway or rest area, this park provides the perfect space for a picnic and to be out in the sunshine. With maintained gardens and shrubbery, take the children outdoors for a stroll in the fresh air and enjoy everything the outdoors has to offer.

27 East Terrace
Cleve, SA, 5640

Located 20.9K from Rudall

Federation Lookout

Federation Hill or Lookout is located on the Darke Peak Ranges. With 360 degree panoramic views across the district, the lookout point is an easy, 260m incline walk from the car parking area.

Accessed through private property, it was opened in 2001 marking the hundredth year of the Federation of Australia by the local Darke Peak Kielpa History Book Committee.

Dog Fence Road
Kielpa, SA, 5642

Located 21.3K from Rudall

Darke Peak Scenic Drive

The Darke Peak scenic drive is a leisurely drive suitable for most vehicle types, driving around the Darke Peak Ranges, taking in the beautiful scenery.

On this tourist drive, there are multiple points of interest to stop at along the way, including Federation Hill and Lookout and Darkes Grave.

With opportunities for scenic photography, wildlife viewing and stopping in to the famous Darke Peak Hotel for lunch or dinner, it is a great morning or afternoon activity.

Darke Peak, SA, 5642

Located 21.9K from Rudall

Yeldulknie Conservation Park Hiking Trail

Locally known as the 'Waterfall Walk', the hiking trail is a 4 km approximate return trip from the car park on Mangalo Road. There are a number of different trails, refer to the signage at the car park for the right option for you.

You can spot wildlife, flora and fauna on your walk and after a good rain, the creek bed and waterfall are flowing and spectacular to see.

Mangalo Road
Mangalo, SA, 5602

Located 25.0K from Rudall