The death of a person whose remains were found in a conservation park northeast of Adelaide is being treated as unexplained.
The remains were found by a member of the public on Tuesday in the Hale Conservation Park near Williamstown.
Police protected the scene overnight with forensic experts returning on Wednesday.
Officers and State Emergency Service volunteers also conducted an extensive ground search.
“The remains have been removed and will undergo forensic examination to assist in the identification of the deceased,” police said in a statement.