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Venus Bay Conservation Park is an important development in the work of conservation and habitat protection in Australia. It is here that many species of endangered wildlife are able to hang on, including the Brush-Tailed Bettong. The 1 700 hectare park that protects the entire Weyland Peninsula and the Islands of Venus Bay is fenced to prevent the entry of feral animals.

The park is accessible to 4WD visitors only and no camping is allowed in the park. From Streaky Bay follow the Flinders Highway to the Witera Silos and then turn right onto the Calca Road. The road continues for 2.5km until a T-junction is reached. Turn left at the junction and follow the road until the park is reached.

 

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20/11/2010