Canunda National Park is a national park in South Australia. Located 18 kilometres from Millicent and 428 kilometres Southeast of Adelaide, Canunda National Park features a diversity of coastal habitats.
Canunda National Park features limestone cliffs, coastal dunes and natural bushland. The closest town to the Park is Millicent and the Park lies between the Southern Ocean and Lake Bonney. Therefore, the Park provides beautiful views of the coastline. A large part of the area is accessible only to walkers and 4WD vehicles.
Canunda National Park Map, 4WD, Camping, Fishing & Accommodation
The Park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and there is a small fee to enter the park. The forty-kilometre long coastline offers ample fishing opportunities. Please beware that depending on the season sharks and stingrays are sometimes in the water so swimmers must be vigilant with water safety. You can try your luck near the rocks where abalone or crayfish might be found. Camping and trekking are also allowed in the park and there are a number of campgrounds in the area, but you have to follow strict park guidelines.
Take a trip to Canunda National Park and be at home with nature. Don’t forget to bring your fishing rod.