The nature park Sparbach is a branch of the Vienna Woods and is a possession of the Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation in Sparbach in Lower Austria and is under protection. The park is located in the municipality of Hinterbrühl. It is the oldest park in Austria. It is fenced and accessible only to the opening times, it is an admission charged.
The peculiarity of the nature park is its dense wildlife population, especially mouflon, fallow deer and wild boar. On the lawn stands the Fürstenföhre Diana, a number of 100 year old pine. Throughout the park there are more giant trees, because the area was used for forestry only to a small extent. On artificial Lenauteich Mandarin ducks were at home.
The plant was originally I of Field Marshal Prince Johann Josef built by Liechtenstein as a zoo for hunting, although some were built for the era of romanticism typical artificial ruins and follies, such as the Kohler ruined house (which serves as an observation tower), the Diana source or the Temple of Diana. The only real historical buildings in the park, the medieval ruins of the 12th John Stone Century. As part of the establishment of nature reserves and the opening of the facility to the public other institutions were created: a visitor center at the only entrance in place Sparbach, a petting zoo, a nature park, a nature playground and a few stops with information panels and objects.