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Adelaide Bird Sanctuary


The Adelaide Bird Sanctuary encompasses over 60km of coastline north of Adelaide, South Australia. It is adjacent to Gulf St Vincent, Adelaide’s northern suburbs and spans across four local council areas. Vehicle access to coastal features within the bird sanctuary is available at all times of year. The bird sanctuary boasts a large diversity of resident and migratory shorebirds, waterbirds and bush birds. Every year, between September and March, up to 27,000 shorebirds gather across the bird sanctuary with more than 50 different species of migratory birds recorded. The bird sanctuary overlaps with other conservation parks; the Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary, and the Upper Gulf St Vincent Marine Park. Within the bird sanctuary sits the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary National Park - Winaityinaityi Pangkara. Winaityinaityi Pangkara means ‘a country for all birds and the country that surrounds these birds’ in the language of the Kaurna people.

Price: Free

Vendor: NanoTrack Maps

Category: Tourist

Activities: Hiking, Camping

Published: 2021-September-4

Language: English

Size: 10.4 MB

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