Torrens Island Conservation Park
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Torrens Island Conservation Park is located about 15km north-west of Adelaide. The island is located within the Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary between the Port River, Barker Inlet and Section Bank mudflats.
This important natural area supports mangroves, samphire and coastal dunes, which provide important habitat for a range of native fauna species, including 69 bird species of conservation significance.
There is no public vehicle access to this park. The public can access some partsof the park via small watercraft. There are no jetties or mooring facilitiesfor boats.
Recreation opportunities in the adjacent Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary include dolphin watching, kayaking and boating.
The conservation park covers about 3 quarters of the island, with the remaining land including the state-heritage listed Torrens Island Quarantine Station and two power stations.