Access to the park is by permit only.
Troubridge Island Conservation Park is an ideal environment for bird enthusiasts. This fragile sand island is an important breeding area for birds and is home to a large colony of little penguins, black-faced cormorants and crested terns.
Only accessible by boat, once you've reached this peaceful island, take in its beauty by fishing or swimming along the white sandy beaches.
Hide away for a few nights in the original lighthouse keeper's cottage. The heritage-listed cottage accommodation has all the modern conveniences you need for an idyllic escape from city life.
As the island protects nesting seabirds, the park is a prohibited area and is only accessible with a permit or with a guided tour.
Troubridge Island Conservation Park is located 63km west of Adelaide off the coast of Edithburgh. The island is only accessible by boat.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Wood fires and solid fuel fires are prohibited throughout the year.
Gas fires are permitted other than on days of total fire ban.
General information - Phone: (+61 8) 8854 3200
Accommodation and tours (Troubridge Island Hideaway and Charter) - Phone: (+61 8) 8852 6290
Access is by permit only. Permits are available from the Innes National Park office or Troubridge Island Hideaway and Charter.
This park may be closed on days of extreme fire danger.
Parks Guide - Yorke Peninsula and Clare Valley (1.12mb pdf)