Best Things To Do In Port Kenny

Lake Newland

The Lake Newland is one of the most brilliant Eco systems in South Australia. A very popular stop off destination for lovers of nature and wildlife. The Lakes are home to some fascinating creatures, and beautiful birds all coexisting in the wetlands. This is the perfect place to pull up a deck chair, take out the binoculars and enjoy nature at its finest. Alternatively, Walkers Rock (Part of the Conservation Park) offers you the opportunity to swim, snorkel, surf and fish on one of the longest beaches on the coast.

Port Kenny to Lake Newland

Located in South Australia, Lake Newland Conservation Park on the Eyre Peninsula is home to an extensive wetland. With saline lakes and freshwater springs extending over 20km across, these saline lakes provide a habitat for numerous species of birds and the lake is recognised as an Important Bird Area (IBA), making it a popular destination for bird watchers. The area is enclosed by impressive coastal dunes and therefore only accessible by 4WD vehicles. In the area you are permitted to self-sufficient bush camping.

Settle your self in at our Eyre Peninsula Accommodation and discover some of the best things to do in Port Kenny - Experience Lake Newland

  38 min (41.8 km) via Flinders Hwy/B100

38 min (41.8 km) via Flinders Hwy/B100

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