Yumbarra Conservation Park - SA

  National Parks,Reserves


DEG: -31.662094 133.261597
DMS: 31º 39' 43.54" S 133º 15' 41.75" E
UTM: 53 J 6495705mN 335188mE
Altitude: 102.45m


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Yumbarra Conservation Park
South Australia
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Yumbarra Conservation Park is named after the one of the rock holes that protrudes from the earth's surface. When the rock holes fill with water after rain they provide an important water source for local wildlife, making the park ideal for birdwatching.

The park has large areas of rolling sand dunes and is an important conservation area for some of our rare and vanishing native species, including malleefowl and sandhill dunnarts. Kangaroos, wombats and dingoes all inhabit the park.

There are a number of walking trails which follow Googs Track to Googs Lake, Mount Finke and the monuments to Goog and Dinger Denton.
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Closest Weather Station

TemperatureFeels LikeRel. HumidityDew PointPressureRainfallWind DirectionWind SpeedGusts

Closest Climatic Station

Ceduna Amo
Distance from Yumbarra Conservation Park 66.27km SE
Mean Max. °C28.628.226.724.220.818.217.418.721.423.826.027.3
Mean Min. °C15.
Mean Rain mm11.513.716.419.432.335.339.834.527.725.319.420.7

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