Coorong National Park
Murray Darling River
Coorong National Park-Murray Darling River
The Coorong National Park is located south east of Adelaide. The southern part of the park is accessible via Goolwa, Meningie and Salt Creek off Highway 1. If you are arriving from the south, enter the park via Kingston.
Facts About Coorong National Park
A wetland of international significance and important archaeological site, the Coorong is of enormous cultural significance to the Ngarrindjeri people, with ancient mounds of discarded shells revealing archaeological evidence of Aboriginal campsites over thousands of years.
The distinctive landscape is an important breeding area for the Australian pelican and is a refuge for ducks, swans, cormorants, terns, grebes and numerous species of migratory birds.
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