Eyre Peninsula Beaches Listed in Unique SA Beaches

MacLaren Point, Port Lincoln National Park. Photo: Diana Alonso McLeod/5CC

Five Eyre Peninsula beaches have been listed as the top unique beaches to visit in SA National Parks by the South Australian Department for Environment and Water and Brand SA.

The list of seven beaches included Second Valley Beach in the Fleurieu Peninsula and Shell Beach in the Innes National park but the other five were titled the Eyre Peninsula’s.

The Coffin Bay National Park was acknowledged for three of its most beautiful beaches including Almonta Beach, Seven Mile Beach and Black Springs Beach.

While the Port Lincoln National park was also cited for September Beach and Donington Beach

The article described September beach the perfect place for a deep with its deeper waters, the rock around it good for snorkelling and dolphin siting.

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