Lake St Clair Conservation Park

Lake St Clair Conservation Park

Duck Hunting season begins 30 minutes prior to sunrise on Saturday 18 March to 30 minutes after sunset on Sunday 25 June 2023. Please note that during this period you may hear firearms discharging whilst visiting the park. Details

Park fees:
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.