Laura Bay Conservation Park represents the original vegetation that once covered South Australia's western coastline. The sheltered bay, with its tidal samphire flats and mangroves, provides ideal feeding grounds for sea birds, many of which migrate from the northern hemisphere each year.
Explore the sandy cove and the rock pools or go swimming or fishing along the coast. A bushwalk through the park's vegetation and rocky headland will allow you to discover the habitat of bush birds and animals that have made their home here. You may even see the honeyeaters which are attracted to the flowering plants or the western grey kangaroos that often seek shade from the heat of the day.
Look for the landing site that can still be seen on the headland. Established in 1911, this site was once a hive of activity, where bags of grain, transported by horse-drawn drays from surrounding farms, were loaded onto ketches.
Self-sufficient bush camping is permitted in the Laura Bay campground. Bookings and fees apply. Discover the habitat of bush birds and other animals - you may even see honey-eaters which are attracted to the flowering plants, or western grey kangaroos that often seek shade from the heat of the day.
There is minimal shade and the ground surface is flat sandy soil. This campground has unallocated camping for three vehicles. Access 2WD and 4WD. Suitable for tents, camper trailers and caravans. Facilities, nil. Campfires allowed (seasonal fire restrictions apply). Number of campsites, unallocated - maximum of 3 vehicles. Unpowered bush camping.
AddressLaura Bay Road
Laura Bay, South Australia, 5680
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