Beachport Conservation Park Management Plan

Beachport Conservation Park is one of many coastal parks in the south east of South Australia. These parks are separated from each other by .grazing land, undeveloped coastal scrub, and dunefields. Beachport Conservation Park forms an important link to facilitate movement of coastal migratory birds such as the orange-bellied parrot; (Neophema chrysogaster) and sharp tailed sandpiper ( Calidris acuminata). Conservation of cultural sites is also important in this
Park. The Park receives moderate levels of visitation, mainly for recreation and education purposes.

Beachport Conservation Park has been set aside to preserve and protect a representative sample of the coastal environment of south east South Australia. Management will cater for recreational use, provided it does not conflict with the primary role of conserving the Park’s natural and cultural heritage.

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South Australia

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Department of Environment and Planning: 1990

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