Stebonheath Park is one of the four wetlands located in the City, boasting 3.6 hectares of wetland, board walks and bridges to provide the best views of the park and northern Mount Lofty Ranges. Located on Davoren Road, Andrews Farm, the park features wetlands, play equipment and is in close proximity to Council’s first dog park, Stebonheath Dog Park.
The Stebonheath wetlands are expected to process an estimated 422 mega-litres of storm water each year, which is equal to approximately 168 Olympic swimming pools.
Its features include:
Electric barbecues are available for use at no charge (bookings not available).
Picnic shelters are conveniently located in the main picnic area. Each shelter is complete with bench seats and table.
Picnic tables are located close to the barbecue area and shelters.
A large playground is located in the main area of the park.
Public toilets are located adjacent the main picnic area.
Smith Creek Trail
The Park is also located near the Smith Creek Trail, offering a great 3km walking/cycling track along Smith Creek.
There are no hire fees but we do ask that you read the terms and conditions form carefully before returning your completed application form. Contact Customer Care Officers on 08 8256 0333, complete a Private Function Application Form for our Feature Parks or via our online request system following these prompts to complete your request:
* Customer Services
* Hiring of Council Facilities
- $7.5 million has been spent on Stebonheath Park
- The Park is a key project within the $104 million Waterproofing Northern Adelaide initiative
- Aquifer Storage and Recovery injection volumes are estimated to be 422 mega-litres each year
- The Park comprises 3.6 hectares of wetland