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Area Attractions



Two Wheel Drive
Conventional vehicles can get to Cape Buffon and Boozy Gully from Southend and Oil Rig Square/Geltwood Beach via Millicent. Rugged limestone cliffs, the sea, islands, sea-stacks and offshore reefs can be viewed from the 3 walking trails in the northern section of the park. Several spots along the coast are popular for fishing.

Four Wheel Drive Vehicles

4WD vehicles can travel the full length of the park by following the orange marker posts through the dunes which change regularly. Plan your trip within your capabilities, take adequate provisions, travel in company, attach vehicle flag, carry recovery gear and spares for vehicles. Check the route, read Canunda National Park information and remain on tracks. Beach driving south of Oil Rig Square is not recommended. It is recommended that tyre pressure be lowered to 15 psi.


Should you be planning a 4WD trip to Canunda National Park and require further information, please do not hesitate and give us a call at Hillview Caravan Park. If you can get a group together and book your accommodation with us being cabins, powered sites or camping sites, Allan would be more than happy to tag along with your group and show you why Canunda National Park is so popular, or if preferred, just give you all the information you will need to experience the best coastal 4WD trip. Check out these links to the greatest sand driving in Aust. you will ever experience -:

http://www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/webdata/resources/files/Beachport%20Map%20New.pdf

http://www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/webdata/resources/files/WRC_canunda_a3_maps_270913%20c.pdf

http://www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/webdata/resources/files/Little_Dip_Conservation_Park_Map.pdf



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