Garnet Kelly Reserve

Day Use Area

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LOT 201 Main South Road, Normanville, South Australia


This is a free day use area, the reserve is named after Garnet Francis Kelly who grew up on a farm near Yankalilla called Anacotilla. He was known for his agricultural initiatives and as a pioneer of irrigation systems. Garnet Kelly enlisted as a sapper in the 10th Field Company Australian Engineers in March 1916 and was was killed in action in France on 8 January 1917. The reserve features interpretative signs and a memorial plaque. It makes a lovely spot for a picnic. You can often see hang gliders surfing the thermals off the cliffs above. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -35.470442 Lng: 138.299155

User Reviews


User 1920258

This area would make a great overnight stay, far enough out of town so as not to upset the caravan parks, but close enough to do shopping etc, and off the main south road, don't think it will ever happen though


User 791549

No camping sign


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