Sir Joseph Banks Group Conservation Park

Sir Joseph Banks Group Conservation Park

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Free entry
688.83km from Adelaide
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Best accessed by boat from Tum­by Bay or Port Lin­coln, the park’s lime­stone-capped islands are havens for wildlife, pro­vid­ing refuge for diverse birdlife and the endan­gered greater stick-nest rat.

Access to some islands such as Dan­ger­ous Reef is pro­hib­it­ed, as they are impor­tant breed­ing colonies for sea birds and seals, while oth­er islands pro­vide ide­al van­tage points from which to view the marine ani­mals that inhab­it sur­round­ing islands.

The Sir Joseph Bank Group Con­ser­va­tion Park lies with­in the Sir Joseph Bank Group Marine Park. Fish­ing, div­ing and oth­er recre­ation­al activ­i­ties are per­mit­ted oth­er than with­in des­ig­nat­ed sanc­tu­ary zones which pro­tect impor­tant marine ecosys­tems and marine fau­na populations.