All South Australian parks are open for locals to visit, while social distancing. However, most facilities are closed, which includes campgrounds, playgrounds, communal facilities such as barbecues, firepits, showers & indoor camp kitchens, and bookable accommodation such as shearers’ quarters and lightkeepers’ cottages – including ForestrySA reserves
The Lower Glenelg National Park is a national park in Western Victoria. The Glenelg River is the central feature of the park and provides great conditions for canoeing.
The Lower Glenelg National Park provides fantastic opportunities for fishing, canoeing, boating, walking and exploring caves. It has ample scenic stops, abundant wildlife watching opportunities and streams for swimming.
Lower Glenelg National Park Camping, Map, Hotels & Accommodation
The Park also provides a guided tour of Princess Margaret Rose Cave. This cave is famous for its dripping stalactites and stalagmites. This is also a pleasant picnic spot. The Glenelg River estuary has numerous species of fishes and provides terrific fishing opportunities. The Park has many campsites and you can select one of many, based on your requirements.
The Lower Glenelg National Park is rich in wildlife and you will certainly see eastern grey kangaroos and red-necked wallabies grazing here. Koalas also live in this bushland and if you are lucky, you might see the elusive platypus. At night, wombats, possums and yellow-bellied gliders come out to hunt for food. The riverine environment provides an opportunity for bird watching. The Lower Glenelg National Park has about 700 native species of plants and over 50 varieties of orchids are found in the park.
The Lower Glenelg National Park is open all season, but spring and autumn is certainly the best time to visit. Visiting Lower Glenelg National Park will reward you with magnificent crystalline caves and awesome gorges. You can also find many scenic picnic spots here if you decide to visit with your family.