Hallett Cove Conservation Park - Parking Area

Point Of Interest

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Description

An interpretative walking trail describes the park's cultural and geological heritage, including evidence of an Australian ice age some 280 million years ago. The outstanding glacial pavements along the northern cliff tops are recognised as the best record of Permian glaciation in Australia and have international significance. This park's beach is also popular for swimming. There is no vehicle access into the park but car parking is available at the northern, eastern and southern entrances. Council managed public toilets are located in the Boatshed Café at the Heron Way entrance to the Park. Dogs are not permitted in this park. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Location

Lat: -35.077338 Lng: 138.501581

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Greg and Careena

If you want to view the glacier walk this is the only place we could find suitable for parking vans motor homes etc there are large spots on both sides of the road to park then you can walk on through gate 2 into the park. All small roads and paths on map are walking trails only with no vehicle access into the park

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