Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide : Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide
flindersoutback.com 37 Port Germein 26 kilometres from Port Pirie map reference B5, page 7 This coastal town is home to arguably the prettiest, and once the longest, wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Once a whopping 1.7 kilometres and the supply point for wheat ships from the other side of the world, the jetty has since been shortened by storms and the passage of time -- but it's still just as beautiful. Attractions Shallow tides ensure safe swimming for the whole family at Port Germein beach. Look for sand crabs, fish off the jetty, enjoy the playground or eat lunch under the gazebos. PORT GERMEIN CARAVAN PARK Proudly Community owned and operated The Esplanade, Port Germein Ph: (08) 8634 5266 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.portgermein.com Where the Flinders meet the sea • Peaceful waterfront tourist park • Australia's longest original wooden jetty • Powered and unpowered sites • Ensuite and budget cabins • Crab net hire and cooking facilities • Pet friendly • Resident managers Alligator Gorge, Mount Remarkable National Park There are also electric barbecues available on the foreshore. Take a scenic drive through deep ravines and past magnificent gum trees travelling through Germein Gorge en route to Melrose and Mount Remarkable, where you can pick up itinerary 2 'Fast Track'. Found not much further east of Port Germein, off Highway 1, Telowie Gorge Conservation Park is known for its great walking options and spectacular views of Spencer Gulf. Mambray Creek is part of the popular Mount Remarkable National Park, which offers superb hiking and shady campsites. Alligator Gorge Road is sealed and you can enjoy one of three great walks in the park. Accommodation is also available.
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