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Ada Ryan Gardens
Whyalla
A leafy memorial to the foresight of the early city fathers, Ada Ryan Gardens is Whyalla's most popular park located between Cudmore and Watson Terraces, and linked to the Whyalla Foreshore to provide a large, relaxing park area.
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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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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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Island Lookout Tower And Reserve
Tumby Bay
Situated on a picturesque sheltered bay 50 kilometres north of Port Lincoln, Tumby Bay is centrally located to all lower Eyre Peninsula attractions. The peaceful lifestyle, temperate climate, along with crystal blue waters, white sandy beaches, islands and fishing offers an idyllic relaxing all year-round holiday destination.
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Polda Rock Reserve
Wudinna
Polda Rock Reserve is an attractive water reserve that originally supplied the Wudinna Township. Much of the original infrastructure, including the hand constructed stone channel to collect water from the rock and water reservoir, remains intact. A two kilometre walking trail circumnavigates the rock.
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Polkdinney Park
Kyancutta
Polkdinney Park was opened on 29 March 1986 as a Jubilee 150 project. The names of pioneers in the Kyancutta district are carved on fence posts around the park.
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Roseview Gardens
Port Lincoln
Roseview Gardens is an open two acre garden consisting of shady deciduous, evergreen trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, bulbs and features 700 roses and hundreds of bearded irises. There is abundant birdlife that are watered by three water features and picnic areas and barbecues are available. Morning and afternoon teas are available in the coffee shop from 10am until 4.30pm and lunches by prior appointment. Coaches welcome also by prior appointment. There are also emus farmed on the property and emu oil products available as well as local craft. There is a coffee shop, large outdoor sheltered pergola and gazebo with plenty of seating. Located 10 kilometres from Port Lincoln on Little Swamp Lane off the Flinders Highway.
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Tcharkulda Rock
Minnipa
Tcharkulda Rock is a massive outcrop covered in the largest and most spectacular tafoni and boulders in the district. In winter the base of the tafoni are alive with the pink flowered rock crassula.
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