Adelaide, South Australia.
Rising above the city of Adelaide, Mt Lofty is one of two ears of the giant Urebilla, from Aboriginal Dreamtime, whose fallen body forms the Mt Lofty Ranges.
The Summit is a special place for South Australians, and each year over 500,000 visitors come for the majestic all-round views.
The Summit is the Window to South Australia; a $4m National Parks and Wildlife SA centre opened in 1997.
The Information Centre showcases tourism opportunities and conservation initiatives to the world, and stories from South Australia's European and Aboriginal heritage pull these themes together on high-impact panels, and large-screen multimedia displays.
The Summit Cafe and Bistro Shop provide South Australian produce and souvenirs, and the plaza surrounding the Obelisk plays host to a feast of cultural entertainment.
Part of the 1,000 hectare Cleland Conservation Park, the Summit is the junction of several bushwalking trails, including the Heysen Trail, to the renown Cleland Wildlife Park and historic Waterfall Gully.