hinck’s conservation park

national parks logoLocation: Located 45km west of Arno Bay. The Nicholls track is the only access track within the park. Access to this park is limited and visitors are advised to contact the Port Lincoln District Office for specific directions. The park is sign posted on the park boundary at all access points. The park is not accessible to caravans.
Purpose: To conserve a large mallee ecosystem on the Eyre Peninsula
Description: Predominantly mallee formation. The northerly portion consists of deep silicious neutral sand built into a system of parallel dunes. In the southern and western parts the sands are alkaline calcareous shallow and arranged into irregular dunes. In the east are two prominent quartz outcrops, Verran Hill and Blue Range.
First proclaimed: 1/1/1941
Total area: 66,933.74 hectares
Activities: Bush camping, nature study, sight seeing, unsupported bush walking.
Regulations: Fire restrictions
Access: Camping fee, 4WD access, vehicle; access
Contact: Port Lincoln NPWSA
Ph: 08 8688 3111
National Parks Office: 75 Liverpool St, Port Lincoln

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