Lincoln National Park
One of the best-kept secrets out this way is the stunning Memory Cove, a beautiful secluded cove surrounded by mallee. You need a 4WD and a permit and key from the Port Lincoln Visitor Centre. The rest of the 31 531-hectare park, on the south-eastern end of the Eyre Peninsula, is more accessible and has limestone cliffs, sand dunes and spectacular wildflowers. There are quite a number of camping sites available, or up to six people can stay in an old lighthouse keeper’s cottage, with stunning views over Spalding Cove. Do not miss the short hike to Stamford Hill lookout, with views over Boston Bay and Port Lincoln.
DEH Port Lincoln: (08) 8688 3111
- Lincoln National Park, Eyre Peninsula & Nullarbor, National park