National Parks

Eyre Peninsula is a coastal getaway without the coastal crowds.

With over 2000km of coastline, you get have as much space as you need. Images of spectacular coastline, dramatic landscapes, and abundant flora and fauna may spring to mind.

Lincoln National Park and Coffin Bay are South Australian coastal treasures, and both are conveniently located near the city of Port Lincoln.

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Further inland, Gawler Ranges National Park contains stunning natural landscapes.

Streaky Bay and districts has several conservation parks. Look for on the district map and visit the following parks:

• Acraman Creek Conservation Park
• Calpatanna Waterhole Conservation Park
• Eba Island Conservation Park
• Cape Blanche Conservation Park
• Olive Island Conservation Park
• Pigface Island Conservation Park
• Point Labatt Conservation Park
• Sceale Bay Conservation Park
• Searcy Bay Conservation Park
• Venus Bay Conservation Park

Facilities, prohibitions, permissions, park passes, opening hours and closures vary at the national parks and conservation parks in our region. An online booking system is currently only available for the major South Australian national parks.

Conservation Park enquiries:

The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
08 8626 1108
15 Bay Road, Streaky Bay
www.environment.sa.gov.au

Marine Parks Enquiries:

The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
Freecall: 1800 006 120
www.marineparks.sa.gov.au

  • Community Information Officer
  • Streaky Bay Visitor Information Centre
  • 21 Bay Road
  • 08 8626 7033

Refer to the District and Town maps for directions to all locations.

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