Set in a natural bushland, the site for the City of Mount Gambier Master of Mac Park Motor Cycle Championships.
A safe swimming beach which is also a haven for the local fishing fleet. Continue a short drive west to Cape Banks Lighthouse where a memorial has been erected in memory of the 89 lives lost when the trading vessel Admella came to grief in 1859.
This rocky point is popular for discovering the coastal environment. Drive on to Blackfellows Caves, a small fishing village, the road back to Kongorong is a 10 kilometre unsealed road.
Is the southern entry point into the National Park and can only be accessed by 4WD. The Mount Gambier Visitor Information Centre can provide more information on 4WD tracks within the coastal parks.
The beautiful sculptured sand is accessible by 4WD either via Carpenter Rocks, Millicent or South End, where there are several walking trails. 2WD access is provided to some areas. Camping available