Enjoy a safe Christmas in one of our fabulous parks
The Christmas holidays are a great time to spend with friends and family. Parks on Eyre Peninsula offer a diverse range of opportunities over this break. Catch fish, go four-wheel driving, camping, walking, bird watching, capture some great photos or just chill out – there’s so much to do in our national parks.
The Christmas holidays are a great time to spend with friends and family. Parks on Eyre Peninsula offer a diverse range of opportunities over this break.
Get your kids outdoors and together tick off some activities in the awesome Nature Play SA passports
Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula Marine Parks Regional Coordinator Shelley Harrison said popular camping areas over Christmas included Fowlers Bay, Davenport Creek, Laura Bay and Acramans Creek.
Camping fees apply for all National Parks. Remember to leave your pets home as they are not permitted in parks.
Fowlers Bay, Acraman Creek and Point Bell Conservation Parks
Point Bell Conservation Park provides excellent fishing, camping and swimming opportunities. Access is limited and by four-wheel drive only.
Fowlers Bay Conservation Park is a park with natural beauty that conserves an outstanding coastline comprised of long sandy beaches, sheltered bays, rocky outcrops and high cliffs. A popular fishing area, you can also camp, access via four-wheel drive only.
Acraman Creek Conservation Park is protected from the full force of the Southern Ocean, and comprises of a mangrove estuary, samphire and mallee area providing an important feeding ground for many coastal birds. Particularly supporting migratory wader birds such as sandpipers and stilts that come from as far away as the Arctic Circle. Acramans has a long white sandy beach, backed by sand dunes accessible to conventional vehicles. Small boats can be launched from the beach. The creek and Point Lindsay can only be reached by four-wheel drive vehicles.
Tips to remember:
Far West Coast, Nuyts Archipelago, West Coast Bays and Investigator Marine Parks
You can pick up a camping permit or seek further information regarding these parks by visiting the Natural Resources Centre, 50B McKenzie St, Ceduna SA, or by phoning (08) 8625 3144.
For more information contact the Natural Resources Centre in Ceduna on 86256 3144 or Port Lincoln on 8688 3111 or go to Parks