Walker discovers human bones in a remote South Australian nature park

Shocked walker finds human BONES in a remote nature park – as cops set up a crime scene

  • Human remains found at Hales Conservation Park in Williamstown, SA 
  • They were found by a member of the public around 1.15pm on Tuesday 
  • The park is located 40 kilometres north-east of Adelaide 
  • Anyone with information about the incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers 

A member of the public found human bones during a walk at a remote nature park in South Australia.   

The remains were found at Hale Conservation Park on Warren Road in Williamstown around 1.15pm on Tuesday.  

The park is located 40 kilometres north-east of Adelaide

Human bones were found at Hale Conservation Park (pictured) on Warren Road in Williamstown around 1.15pm on Tuesday

Human bones were found at Hale Conservation Park (pictured) on Warren Road in Williamstown around 1.15pm on Tuesday

Hale Conservation Park (pictured) is located 40 kilometres north-east of Adelaide

Hale Conservation Park (pictured) is located 40 kilometres north-east of Adelaide

Police remained on scene throughout Tuesday and into Wednesday.

The cause of the death is yet to be determined. 

South Australian Police declined to comment further.  

Anyone who may have information about the incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000

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