The trip to South Australia is the most unsatisfactory, not the Port Lincoln National Park. The pristine forests, the plains of the wilderness, the splendid sunsets, the kangaroos swarming around, and the koalas on the branches look around.
is a national park, but it is actually a private territory. The lord is a 70-year-old British old man, a man, a dog, guarding the land. We were lucky enough to meet the owner of this land and enjoy a wine afternoon tea in the wilderness under the sunset. At that moment, the light and shadow are so beautiful, everyones face is a happy and satisfied look.
Next to Khao Lak Park is Lincoln National Park, 20 km from Port Lincoln. It is a rugged peninsula made up of cliffs, sand dunes, havens and beaches, from the swimming beaches of Boston Bay to the hidden beaches. In the coastal wilderness area, there are many shaded camping areas and beaches for boating and fishing. Go to one of the beaches and guide Darren to park here and let us move freely. Its really comfortable to be here and its great to live here!