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Multiple Entry Parks Passes provide value for money and convenience

News release
08 April 2019

Mild autumn weather, beautiful foggy mornings and crisp star-filled evenings have returned to Eyre Peninsula, making visits to the local National Parks a pleasure for locals and visitors alike.

With the new season, many people are taking advantage of Parks Passes and their value for money to enjoy visiting their Parks regularly.

Ranger in Charge on Southern Eyre Peninsula Donna Ferschl said Parks Passes are great for locals who enjoy visiting on a regular basis.

“With Easter fast approaching, now is a great time to make your purchase,” Ms Ferschl said.

“If you’re planning to visit a number of parks these holidays or you often visit the local parks, a parks pass offers value for money and convenience.

“The beauty of having a Parks Pass is that it gives you unlimited vehicle entry to a Park for an entire year (or for two months if you choose the two month version).

“A Parks Pass will cover your vehicle entry fee (camping is not included), and the convenience of being able to display your pass on your dashboard means you don’t need to book your entry online every time you enter the Park.

“Locals will be pleased to hear that vehicle entry for Lincoln and Coffin Bay National Parks are bundled together under one single park pass.”

“When you book and pay for your campsite online, the online booking system will ask you for your parks pass number, at which point your vehicle entry fee will be waived.

If you are thinking of camping in a national park these school holidays, I’d encourage you to book your campsites quickly because the campgrounds are filling fast.

“If online booking is not for you, you can also enjoy face-to-face service and cash payments from a number of local agents. Details provided below.”

Parks passes can be purchased online at or in person from the Port Lincoln Natural Resources Centre, the Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre, the Ceduna Natural Resources Centre, the Ceduna Information Centre, the Streaky Bay Visitor Information Centre, the Wudinna and Districts Telecentre, the District Council of Kimba and Beachcomber Café.

For further information on Parks Passes call us on (08) 8688 3111 or visit

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(08) 8688 3111