Relax in a National Park this Christmas - Far West EP
Christmas is a wonderful time to spend with friends and family. National parks on Eyre Peninsula offer a diverse range of activities over the Christmas break. Go fishing, four wheel driving, camping, walking or bird watching. Capture some great photos, or just chill out. There’s so much to do in your national parks!
Christmas is a wonderful time to spend with friends and family.
National parks on Eyre Peninsula offer a diverse range of activities over the Christmas break.
Go fishing, four wheel driving, camping, walking or bird watching. Capture some great photos, or just chill out. There’s so much to do in your national parks!
To help visitors and locals make the most of their stay, and ensure the break is safe and enjoyable, the following information may assist;
Wahgunyah Conservation Park, a park that protects long windswept beaches and impressive cliffs, backed by spectacular dune systems which give way to dense coastal Mallee and heath understorey.
Dogfence beach within Wahgunyah Conservation Park, is a popular fishing spot, as is Cheetima Beach.
Enjoy the reeling in of a Mulloway or Australian salmon, or simply relax on one of its spectacular sandy beaches, however, please be aware these beaches also provide vital nesting habitat for the vulnerable Hooded Plover.
Fowlers Bay Conservation Park includes Point Fowler, Scotts and Mexican Hat beaches.
Point Bell Conservation Park provides excellent fishing, camping and swimming opportunities. Access via 4WD 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 shorebirds 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 (shelter shed area) and Point Lindsay can only be reached by 4WD vehicles.
Tips to Remember;
• 2015 – 2016 Fire Season: is between 1 Nov – 15 April (penalties apply)
• Stick to existing tracks and observe all signs
• Be prepared and self sufficient
• Be aware of oncoming traffic, especially on bends
• Be respectful of others and the environment. Please take your rubbish with you.
• No Pets or Unregistered vehicles, this includes quad bikes (penalties apply)
We know pets love getting out and enjoying the beach, however, they’re not permitted in any SA park.
Port Lincoln Natural Resources Centre will be open until Thursday 24 Dec, closed over the Christmas / New Years period and reopening on Monday 4 January 2016.