Lathami Conservation Park

Lathami Conservation Park

Park fees:
Free entry
225.62km from Adelaide
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Lath­a­mi Con­ser­va­tion Park is closed for pub­lic safe­ty fol­low­ing the recent bushfires. 

The major­i­ty of the park was burnt in the Jan­u­ary 2020 bush­fire. We’re work­ing to reopen the park. 

Lath­a­mi Con­ser­va­tion Park is a crit­i­cal habi­tat of glossy black-cock­a­toos. Kan­ga­roo Island is home to the only South Aus­tralian pop­u­la­tion of this icon­ic, but endan­gered species. These cock­a­toos form life­long mat­ing pairs and only feed on the seeds of droop­ing sheoak trees. Sad­ly it’s esti­mat­ed that 75% of the glossy black-cock­a­too habi­tat was destroyed in the recent bush­fires and they need your help. Show your sup­port by donat­ing to the Wildlife Recov­ery Fund which will work toward re-sta­b­lish­ing habi­tats for our pre­cious wildlife. 

Kan­ga­roo Island is a big place and if you’re think­ing about vis­it­ing, there’s still plen­ty to do. Round up some friends and plan a trip to Kan­ga­roo Island with the help of’s itin­er­aries.

Down­load the Nation­al Parks of Kan­ga­roo Island Vis­i­tor Guide: May 2022 to see what’s open now.

More infor­ma­tion on bush­fire recovery