The Friends of Southern Eyre Peninsula Parks volunteer in the Lincoln National Park. Why not join us to enjoy the natural environment, while working to maintain and enhance this special part of South Australia. New members always welcome.
Lincoln National Park is one of our oldest parks, first dedicated as a reserve in 1941. The park is about a 15-20 minute drive from the City of Port Lincoln on Lower Eyre Peninsula. The main entrance is just past the township of Tulka, on Sleaford Bay Road. A sealed road continues through the park to the Stamford Hill Visitor Carpark and the Surfleet Cove Campground.
Lincoln National Park boasts some of the most scenic coastline in South Australia and features the vast Sleaford-Wanna sand dune system, islands, and the beautiful Memory Cove Wilderness Protection Area.
Friends of Southern Eyre Peninsula Parks began in 1995. Our group is quite active with membership including over 50 families. We are also a very social group. Most working bees are followed by a BBQ lunch.
Current activities include revegetation of some of the formerly farmed and grazed areas to restore sheoak grassy woodland, planting around designated campgrounds and visitor areas, control of introduced pest plants, maintenance and improvement of visitor facilities, maintaining a network of over 100 km of walking trails, and bird and plant monitoring.
We keep our members informed with a regular newsletter.
Please complete the attached form below and send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org