Visiting offroaders can traverse the park’s rugged coastline, through dunes and rocky limestone sections and stopping in at the famous Seven Mile Beach.
Less thank 100km from Adelaide, Coorong National Park protects the vital wetland formed by the mighty Murray River delta.
Yorke Peninsula is bound to the west by Spencer Gulf and to the east by St Vincent Gulf and offers visitors some 700km of coastline to explore with some ripper offroad drives available.
While interstate visitors might only known of Coffin Bay as the home of Australia’s finest oysters, South Oz locals are privy to its natural spoils.The national park is without doubt home to some of the prettiest and most varied landscapes in the state, and it’s relative isolation only helps to preserve its pristine beauty.
Fowlers Bay is a remote coastal outpost located in Nullarbor country, west of the Eyre Peninsula and 900 odd clicks west of the state capital.
If you’re pining for a fair dinkum outback adventure through the wilds of South Oz, then a mission out to Ceduna’s sandy surrounds, and perhaps inland to conquer Googs Track, could be right up your alley.