Category: TOUR TO THE EAST

Penambol Conservation Park

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Caroline Sinkhole is located a short walk from the car park and the viewing platform provides a birds eye view of the area which was once used by Aboriginal people. Enjoy the two walks, Wombat Walk or the Butterfly Walk.

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Hell’s Hole

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Where a viewing platform provides awesome views of the water filled sinkhole and where divers enter to explore its crystal clear water. Entry into forest areas is prohibited on days of total fire ban.

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Donovans

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A small township on the South Australian section of the Glenelg River. Fishing, boating, picnic and BBQ facilities.

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Lower Glenelg National Park

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The Glenelg River is renowned for up-river snags, living bushland, limestone gorges and sweeping estuary. Heathlands and forests offer great walks. Camping sites are available for bushwalkers, canoeists and vehicle-based campers.

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Piccaninnie Ponds

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A world renowned diving sinkhole for the trained and experienced diver, with crystal clear water to 85 metres and enjoy the walk to the beach. A permit must be obtained to dive or snorkel.

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Cape Bridgewater

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Enjoy the safe swimming beach. Walk to the seal colony or join a Seals by Sea Tour to see the seals close up in the Southern Ocean near the spectacular volcanic cliff line and lava tubes. Bookings essential.

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Portland

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Victoria’s first settlement, Portland has much to offer including whale watching, cable train, beaches, fishing and history. Tour the Maritime Museum or obtain details of local attractions and history of the area.

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Jackass Fern Gully

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Walk through ferns and scrubland near the Fitzroy River or visit The Inkpot, a nearby swamp.

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