Located just 15 km south of Port Lincoln on the southeastern tip of the Eyre Peninsula, the park boasts some of the most scenic coastline in South Australia, and includes unique natural features such as the vast Sleaford-Wanna dune system, offshore islands, and the outstanding wilderness of Memory Cove. The park is also rich in Aboriginal and European cultural history. This magnificent park protects 31,531 ha of coastal vegetation of the lower Eyre Peninsula and contains diverse landscapes, which include undulating limestone hills, vast expanses of mallee woodland with occasional granite outcrops, sheltered coves, isolated sandy beaches and rugged cliffs, all of which can be explored by foot or vehicle. The park is the perfect destination for nature lovers or those who enjoy outdoor recreational activities. Entry and camping fees do apply.