Canunda National Park
Discover a spectacular coastline of cliffs and long stretches of surf beaches in Canunda National Park. Featuring a diversity of coastal habitats, Canunda offers great opportunities to enjoy bushwalking, observe local birdlife, surf the waves or snorkel among the fish.
The northern section of the park is characterised by limestone cliffs, sea stacks, offshore reefs and low dense scrub, whereas the southern section is dominated by mobile sand dunes and stretches of beach which are backed by low foredunes. Evidence of the Aboriginal Boandik people, who once lived in temporary camps along the coast, can be seen throughout the park.
The 40km coastline offers great fishing opportunities. Depending on the season and ocean conditions, mulloway, salmon, sharks or rays may tempt a bite. Try your luck off the rocks where sweep, abalone and crayfish may be caught.
Four-wheel driving is possible along the full length of the park by following the marker posts through the dunes and along Geltwood Beach.
While you're in the area, why not visit the Lower South East Marine Park.
Canunda National Park is located 18km north west of Millicent or 428km south east of Adelaide. Access is via Millicent, Southend or Carpenter Rocks.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Wood fires and solid fuel fires are prohibited from 22 November 2013 to 30 April 2014.
Gas fires are permitted other than on days of total fire ban.
Phone: (+61 8) 8735 1177
This park may be closed on days of extreme fire danger.
Beware of strong currents and undertows on beaches and unstable cliffs. Observe all warning signs.
The Tattler - Edition 12 (3.1mb pdf)
Parks Guide - Limestone Coast (1.37mb pdf)