The Coorong Park and Camping Guide

Australia National Parks

South Australia
- Coffin Bay National Park
- Coorong National Park
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- Belair National Park
- Flinders Ranges
- Mount Remarkable
- Nullarbor National Park
- Lake Eyre National Park
- Witjira National Park
- Murry River National Park
- Lincoln National Park
- Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges
- Coongie Lakes
- Innes National Park
- Deep Creek
Western Australia

Coorong National Park

The Coorong is one of Australia most important wetland and coastal parks with some of the most diverse wildlife and coastal landscape. The mouth of the Murry River empties in to the ocean at within the park and produces a great deal of natural diversity.

Park Information

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Camping and Campgrounds

There are a large number of camping areas, beach tent camping is very popular with a number of camping areas streaching along the beach. Caravan camping is also available.

Park Attractions

  • 4 Wheel Driving on the Dunes and Beach
  • Beach Fishing
  • Coastal Walks
  • Beach Camping
  • Wonderful Birds watching

Travel Road Access

There is a highway throught the center of the park but most road access is by 4wd throught the dunes onto the long beautiful beach.

National Park for exploring the majestic beauty of Australia.

Longitude -35.87
Latitude 139.34
150km South West of Adelaide

50,000 ha
No daily park pass required for visitors. Camping fees required. Ticket at gate entrance.
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