National Parks South Australia is an extensive and comprehensive park system, with over 300 reserves and 19 marine parks encompassing more than 20% of the state.
With a range of ecotourism experiences to suit every kind of visitor, National Parks South Australia is a must for every bucket list.
Connect with nature, explore our beautiful natural and culturally significant landscapes or get up close and personal with our unique fauna and flora both on and off shore.
Enjoy world-class wildlife parks, spectacular walking trails or get off the beaten track and explore the dirt roads less travelled.
National Parks South Australia also provides volunteering opportunities for people who want to contribute to our conservation efforts. Become a camp ground host, monitor species as a citizen scientist or take part in targeted clean ups.
National Parks South Australia includes:
- Over 300 reserves
- 19 marine parks and 83 sanctuary zones
- Cleland Wildlife Park
- Seal Bay
- Kelly Hill Caves
- Naracoorte Caves
- State Flora – a one stop shop for South Australian native plants
- Botanic Gardens
- Aboriginal heritage and living culture
- Hiking, mountain bike and 4WD trails
- Camping, caravan and motorhome sites
- Heritage accommodation
Find out more about National Parks South Australia and start planning your next visit www.parks.sa.gov.au