Protected areas of South Australia

South Australia contains 324 separate Protected Areas with a total land area of 216,310 km² (21.97% of the state’s area). Eighteen of these areas are National parks, totalling 43,374 km² (4.41% of the state’s area).

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Protected areas of South Australia

Conservation Parks

  • Aberdour
  • Acraman Creek
  • Aldinga Scrub
  • Althorpe Islands
  • Angove Scrub
  • Avoid Bay Islands
  • Baird Bay Islands
  • Bakara
  • Bangham
  • Barwell
  • Bascombe Well
  • Baudin Rocks
  • Beachport
  • Beatrice Islet
  • Belt Hill
  • Beyeria
  • Big Heath
  • Billiatt
  • Bird Islands
  • Black Hill
  • Black Rock
  • Brookfield
  • Busby Islet
  • Butcher Gap
  • Calectasia
  • Calpatanna Waterhole
  • Cap Island
  • Cape Gantheaume
  • Cape Hart
  • Cape Torrens
  • Carappee Hill
  • Carcuma
  • Carribie
  • Charleston
  • Cleland
  • Clements Gap
  • Clinton
  • Cocata
  • Cooltong
  • Corrobinnie Hill
  • Cox Scrub
  • Cromer
  • Cudlee Creek
  • Danggali
  • Darke Range
  • Deep Creek
  • Desert Camp
  • Dingley Dell
  • Douglas Point
  • Dudley
  • Eba Island
  • Elliot Price
  • Eric Bonython
  • Eurilla
  • Ewens Ponds
  • Fairview
  • Ferguson
  • Ferries-McDonald
  • Finniss
  • Fort Glanville
  • Franklin Harbor
  • Furner
  • Gambier Islands
  • Glen Roy
  • Goose Island
  • Gower
  • Grass Tree
  • Greenly Island
  • Guichen Bay
  • Gum Lagoon
  • Hacks Lagoon
  • Hale
  • Hallett Cove
  • Hambidge
  • Hincks
  • Horsnell Gully
  • Investigator Group
  • Isles of St Francis
  • Jip Jip
  • Kaiserstuhl
  • Kapunda Island
  • Karte
  • Kathai
  • Kellidie Bay
  • Kelly Hill
  • Kelvin Powrie
  • Kenneth Stirling
  • Kulliparu
  • Kyeema
  • Lake Gilles
  • Lake Newland
  • Lashmar
  • Lathami
  • Laura Bay
  • Leven Beach
  • Lipson Island
  • Little Dip
  • Lowan
  • Lower Glenelg River
  • Maize Island Lagoon
  • Mamungari
  • Marino
  • Mark Oliphant
  • Marne Valley
  • Martin Washpool
  • Martindale Hall
  • Mary Seymour
  • Media Island
  • Messent
  • Middlecamp Hills
  • Moana Sands
  • Monarto
  • Montacute
  • Morgan
  • Morialta
  • Mount Boothby
  • Mount Brown
  • Mount Dutton Bay
  • Mount George
  • Mount Magnificent
  • Mount Monster
  • Mount Rescue
  • Mount Scott
  • Mount Shaugh
  • Mount Taylor
  • Mullinger Swamp
  • Munyaroo
  • Murrunatta
  • Mylor
  • Myponga
  • Naracoorte Caves
  • Nene Valley
  • Nepean Bay
  • Neptune Islands
  • Newland Head
  • Ngarkat
  • Ngautngaut
  • Nixon-Skinner
  • Nuyts Archipelago
  • Nuyts Reef
  • Olive Island
  • Padthaway
  • Pandappa
  • Parndana
  • Peebinga
  • Pelican Lagoon
  • Penambol
  • Penguin Island
  • Penola
  • Piccaninnie Ponds
  • Pigface Island
  • Pike River
  • Pine Hill Soak
  • Pinkawillinie
  • Point Davenport
  • Point Labatt
  • Pooginook
  • Port Gawler
  • Pullen Island
  • Pureba
  • Reedy Creek
  • Ridley
  • Rilli Island
  • Rocky Island (north)
  • Rocky Island (south)
  • Roonka
  • Rudall
  • Salt Lagoon Islands
  • Sandy Creek
  • Scorpion Springs
  • Scott
  • Scott Creek
  • Seal Bay
  • Seddon
  • Sheoak Hill
  • Simpson Desert
  • Sinclair Island
  • Sir Joseph Banks Group
  • Sleaford Mere
  • Spring Gully
  • Spring Mount
  • Swan Reach
  • Talapar
  • Talisker
  • Tallaringa
  • Tantanoola Caves
  • Telford Scrub
  • Telowie Gorge
  • The Dutchmans Stern
  • The Knoll
  • The Pages
  • Tilley Swamp
  • Torrens Island
  • Troubridge Island
  • Tumby Island
  • Venus Bay
  • Verran Tanks
  • Vivonne Bay
  • Wabma Kadarbu Mound Springs
  • Waitpinga
  • Waldegrave Islands
  • Wanilla
  • Warren
  • Warrenben
  • West Island
  • Western River
  • Wharminda
  • Whidbey Isles
  • White Dam
  • Whyalla
  • Winninowie
  • Wittelbee
  • Yalpara
  • Yeldulknie
  • Yulte
  • Yumbarra

Conservation Reserves

  • Barwell
  • Bascombe Well
  • Bernoulli
  • Big Heath
  • Buckleboo
  • Bunbury
  • Canunda
  • Caralue Bluff
  • Chadinga
  • Cocata
  • Coffin Bay
  • Cortlinye
  • Cox Scrub
  • Desert Camp
  • Ediacara
  • Fowlers Bay
  • Gawler Ranges
  • Hardings Springs
  • Heggaton
  • Hincks
  • Koolgera
  • Kulliparu
  • Lacroma
  • Lake Gilles
  • Laura Bay
  • Lincoln
  • Malgra
  • Moongi
  • Munyaroo
  • Murrunatta
  • Naracoorte Caves
  • Nullarbor
  • Nunnyah
  • Peachna
  • Pinkawillinie
  • Pinkawillinie Reservoir
  • Point Bell
  • Poolgarra
  • Pureba
  • Sceale Bay
  • Sheoak Hill
  • The Plug Range
  • Tola
  • Unnamed (Lincoln)
  • Venus Bay
  • Wahgunyah
  • Woakwine
  • Yumbarra

Game Reserves

  • Bool Lagoon
  • Bucks Lake
  • Chowilla
  • Currency Creek
  • Lake Robe
  • Loch Luna
  • Moorook
  • Mud Islands
  • Poocher
  • Tolderol

Indigenous Protected Areas

  • Nantawarrina
  • Yalata

National Parks

Native Forest Reserves

  • Congeratinga
  • Snow Gums
  • Springs Road
  • The Marshes
  • Topperweins
  • Watts Gully

Recreation Parks

Regional Reserves

Wilderness Protection Areas

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