With the Easter long weekend approaching, locals looking to visit National Parks regularly are encouraged to take advantage of the Multiple Entry Parks Passes.
The passes give visitors value for money allowing them to enjoy National Parks across South Australia multiple times, saving payment each visit.
With the new season of autumn also sweeping us it’s a time when many are making the most of the foggy mornings and still star-filled evenings.
Ranger in Charge on Southern Eyre Peninsula Donna Ferschl said “The beauty of having a Parks Pass is that it gives you unlimited vehicle entry to a Park for an entire year (or for two months if you choose that option).
“Locals will be pleased to hear that vehicle entry for Lincoln and Coffin Bay National Parks are bundled together under one single park pass.”
“A Parks Pass will cover your vehicle entry fee (camping is not included), and the convenience of being able to display your pass on your dashboard means you don’t need to book your entry online every time you enter the Park.
Locals can also choose to enjoy face-to-face service and cash payments from a number of local agents.
Parks passes can be purchased online at www.parks.sa.gov.au or in person from the Port Lincoln Natural Resources Centre, the Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre, the Ceduna Natural Resources Centre, the Ceduna Information Centre, the Streaky Bay Visitor Information Centre, the Wudinna and Districts Telecentre, the District Council of Kimba and Beachcomber Café.
For further information on Parks Passes Contact Natural Resources EP on (08) 8688 3111 or visit www.parks.sa.gov.au