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South Australia has more than 20 national parks and many more conservation areas that protect the state’s flora and fauna, its scenic rivers, its lakes and wetlands, and its historic and culturally important sites, and that guarantees that there are plenty of natural attractions on display.
The state’s most famous park is undoubtedly the Flinders Ranges National Park, which is also known by its aboriginal name of Ikara. This scenically spectacular national park, together with the neighbouring Vulkathunha – Gammon Ranges National Park, lies in the northern outback region of South Australia. The rugged and often arid landscapes of the Flinders and Gammon Ranges provide a dramatic contrast to those of Coffin Bay and Lincoln National Parks, for the stunning views in these coastal parks, which are on the Eyre Peninsula, are dominated by great cliffs that embrace sheltered bays and secluded sandy beaches. Photos of these four great national parks are all featured in this image gallery.
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