A guide introduces the cave, and then you are free to wander and take in the natural beauty of this cave. This highly decorated dolomite cave is popular for those who do not usually enjoy the underground experience as the entrance opens up into a huge single chamber. Wheelchair access is provided.
Learn the history of the wool industry at the National Trust Old Glencoe Woolshed. Keys can be collected from the General Store.
Woakwine Range Windfarms
Can be seen on the southern horizon. Map available from the Millicent Visitor Information Centre.
Millicent National Trust Living History Museum
Soak in the local history, features Australia’s largest collection of horse drawn vehicles and extensive historic clothing collection and much more. A must see. Enter via the Visitor Information Centre and obtain details of local attractions and history of the area.
Lake McIntyre Reserve
View the birdlife on the walking trails, boardwalks, viewing platforms and bird hides. BBQ’s and toilet facilities provided.
Boasting one of the longest jetties in South Australia, Beachport is a popular fishing and holiday destination. Enjoy the history in the National Trust Museum. For details of other local attractions and history visit the Information Centre. Beachport Conservation Park Secluded beaches and spectacular rugged coastline and lakes.
Spectacular manmade excavation between 1957 and 1960 this cutting drains “The Big Swamp” into Lake George.
Little Dip Conservation Park
Provides 2WD access into some of the more popular picnic and fishing spots, although entry into the heart of the park is only 4WD access. Camping available.