The reservoir reserves in the Barossa region, including Barossa Reservoir and Whispering Wall, South Para Reservoir Reserve and Warren Reservoir Reserve have reopened for public access from this morning.
Enjoying the open spaces at a reservoir reserve with a spot of fishing, kayaking or stretching the legs with a walk, run or bike ride is possible again in the Barossa region.
The reservoir reserves in the Barossa region, including Barossa Reservoir and Whispering Wall, South Para Reservoir Reserve and Warren Reservoir Reserve reopened for public access on Friday 17 April.
These popular sites had been temporarily closed to public access in response to COVID-19 advice from SA Health on measures being taken in the Barossa Region.
The Warren and South Para reservoir reserves give people from the Barossa region and nearby surrounds a great opportunity to fish, cycle and kayak at Warren and South Para reservoir reserves, while all three are ideal locations to take time out in the fresh air while practicing social distancing.
Myponga Reservoir Reserve on Fleurieu Peninsula and Bundaleer Reservoir Reserve in the Mid North are open and offer options for outdoor activities for nearby residents too.