Lake St Clair Conservation Park

Lake St Clair Conservation Park

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Free entry
354.68km from Adelaide
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Lake St Clair Con­ser­va­tion Park pro­tects the largest remain­ing exam­ple of intact native veg­e­ta­tion around the Lake St Clair wet­land and lagoon, pro­vid­ing an impor­tant habi­tat for many rare and threat­ened native wildlife species.

Go bush­walk­ing and expe­ri­ence the park’s diverse range of flo­ra species includ­ing the rare creep­ing cotula.

The park is a haven for bird species, with the swamp pro­vid­ing habi­tat for many waders. The nation­al­ly sig­nif­i­cant orange-bel­lied par­rot and hood­ed plover can also occa­sion­al­ly be seen.

The park is also fre­quent­ed by west­ern grey kan­ga­roos, emus, com­mon wom­bats and echidnas.