Memory Cove Wilderness Protection Area, located 50km from Port Lincoln, conserves the magnificent scenery surrounding Memory Cove, as well as providing refuge for the park’s rare flora and fauna.
To maintain the special wilderness qualities of this area access to Memory Cove is limited to 15 vehicles a day (information about gate key provided when booking). Among the park’s eucalypt and sheoak woodlands, a wide variety of birds can be found, including the shy bush stone-curlew and the rare western whipbird. There are spectacular views from coastal lookouts that overlook the surrounding islands. You may even spot a whale or dolphin that pass by the area during the winter months.
Memory Cove Wilderness Protection Area is surrounded by Lincoln National Park, be sure to check out other things to see and do in this neighbouring park to make the most of your visit.