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Cactus Beach
Penong
Experienced surfers from all over Australia and overseas congregate at the iconic surf mecca of Cactus to test their skills on two left hand breaks and one right hander. This is where they can experience the freedom of surfing in natural unspoilt surroundings. Winter time, with its big swells gives big waves, but surfers pick their times because of dangerous rips and stormy conditions.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Coffin Bay Brumby Preservation Society Incorporated
Coffin Bay
The Coffin Bay Brumby Preservation Society Incorporated manages the Coffin Bay Brumby
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions; Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;
Coffin Bay National Park
Coffin Bay
The Coffin Bay National Park offers some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in South Australia, ranging from ancient granite, limestone and sandstone cliffs to long beaches bordered by white sand dunes.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; National Parks and Reserves;
Corrobinnie Hill Conservation Park
Wudinna
Corrobinnie Hill is a large granite outcrop on the outskirts of Pinkawillinie Conservation Park, providing views of the Park and the Gawler Ranges in the distance.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; National Parks and Reserves; Parks and Gardens;
Gawler Ranges National Park
Wudinna
Gawler Ranges National Park is a showcase of stunning scenery formed by volcanic activity more than 1,500 million years ago. Access the Organ Pipes by four-wheel drive vehicle and discover a series of dramatic, ochre-red, hexagonal volcanic columns. See vibrant wildflowers in spring or camp beneath a starry night sky in the great outdoors.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; National Parks and Reserves; Parks and Gardens;
Great Australian Bight Marine Park
Ceduna
The Great Australian Bight Marine Park provides a unique tourism experience with one of the world's best cliff-top whale watching experiences that does not impact on the whales. Dolphins and Australian Sea-Lions also live here permanently within sight of the towering Bunda Cliffs and ancient sand dunes.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; National Parks and Reserves;
Lake Gairdner National Park
Wudinna
See Lake Gairdner, Australia's fourth largest salt lake and is the site of numerous land-speed record attempts when the lake is dry. Surrounded by brilliant red sand hills, the lakes shimmering surface makes it a photographer's delight and a popular film location. Indeed, at times the horizon seems to disappear when you stand in the centre of this beautiful and surreal salt lake.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; National Parks and Reserves;
Lincoln National Park/ Memory Cove Wilderness Protection Area
Port Lincoln
The Lincoln National Park/Memory Cove Wilderness is a rugged peninsula of cliffs, sand dunes, sheltered bays and sandy beaches just 20 kilometres from Port Lincoln.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; National Parks and Reserves;
Mikkira Station
Port Lincoln
Mikkira Station is a tranquil secluded picnic or camping area set amongst Manna Gums where koalas live freely. Abundant and varied bird life can be observed. The historic area features the circa 1842 restored homestead as seen on the television production Australian Survivor.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions;
Murphy's Haystacks - Ancient Granite Rock
Streaky Bay
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