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Kungari Conservation Park

Kungari Conservation Park

Kungari Conservation Park is a protected area in Reedy Creek, South Australia. It’s located around 260 kilometres from Adelaide and 26 kilometres from Robe.

The land area was proclaimed a conservation park on March 10, 2011.

Kungari Conservation Park, Birds, Black Swan & Birdwatching, Reedy Creek SA

Under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972, it provides a protected area for the many species of nesting birds that live here.

These include migratory birds from Japan and China, as well as the black swan. In fact, ‘kungari’ is an aboriginal word that means ‘black swan’.

The Kungari Conservation Park is classified as an IUCN Category VI protected area. There are no tourist amenities or facilities in the park, so those who are interested in visiting may check out staying in Baxter Hill or Reedy Creek.

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