Cape Northumberland

GPS: -38.05796 , 140.66295
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Cape Northumberland Road
Port Macdonnell SA 5291
  • Stunning scenery
  • Large parking area
  • Fairy penguin colony
  • Historic site
  • Birdwatching
  • Bushwalking
  • The most southerly point in South Australia
Last updated by Clyde Camel on 27th June, 2014
Cape Northumberland is the southernmost tip of South Australia, where the Southern Ocean crashes on the rugged limestone cliffs, carving out caves and islets where Fairy Penguins come ashore to nest.
There is a large parking area here with room for large rigs and caravans. The walking tracks. Ring you to interesting historical sites, such as the place of the old lighthouse.

In wintEr, the wind blows in off the ocean and relentlessly pierces the warmest of winter clothing, but this place is spacial and deserves a visit from anyone venturing to Port Macdonnell
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