Spring Gully Conservation Park is a conservation park in the Skilly Hills, west of the Clare Valley in South Australia. It provides views to the west across the northern end of the Adelaide Plains. There are walking tracks ranging from easy to quite steep within the park. The park was originally created to protect the only stand of Red Stringybark (Eucalyptus macrorhyncha) trees in South Australia - E. macrorhincha is widespread in eastern Victoria and eastern New South Wales. Spring Gully Conservation Park now also protects White Spider Orchids and other smaller plants below the canopy in the grassy woodland ecosystem.