Beachport 4wd Beach Entry/Exit

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Millicent Road, Beachport, South Australia

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BEFORE YOU GO Know your vehicle and your limits. Deflate your tyres and have the necessary equipment and knowledge in case of an accident or emergency. Its a good idea to let someone know where you are going and make sure your insurance will cover you! Not all beaches are suitable. Beaches are constantly changing with the tides and weather conditions. Always check with the local national park rangers or visitor information centres and listen to their advice. Know the tide times. Aim to drive at low tide and allow sufficient time to return before the tide starts turning. Also check weather forecasts, fire restrictions and be aware of any change in conditions. For weather updates, see the Bureau of Meteorologys website. Give way. Australian road rules apply on beaches. Vehicles must be roadworthy and registered. You must wear a seat belt, drive at appropriate speed and dont drink and drive. Remember to give way and respect other beach users. During summer, there can be many other vehicles on beaches, so slow down and be alert. Dont trespass. Many beach drives actually traverse private land and the owners kindly allow four-wheel drivers to drive across it. The same applies in many dunes above the high tide mark, where birds such as the hooded plover nest and make their home. Stick to the defined tracks and tread lightly'.

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Lat: -37.474337 Lng: 140.035926

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tyres let down to drive on the beach towards Southend.

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