Coorong National Park Management Plan

The Coorong National Park in the south-east of South Australia is an area of considerable recreational, biological, geological and cultural interest. The reserve preserves a typical set of coastal ecosystems and provides an important refuge for many waterfowl and migratory birds. It also presents modem day examples of age-old geological processes, contains a rich array of archaeological and historical resources and serves as a major focus for recreational and tourist-orientated activities.

This December 1990 plan for managing the Park (and the then Game Reserve) followed earlier release of a draft that attracted 108 submissions.



Geographic Coverage

South-eastern South Australia


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National Parks and Wildlife Service