Underwater photographer exposes diverse marine life under southern Australian jetties
Second Climb at Waitpinga
Tumby Island Conservation Park is a protected area associated with Tumby Island in Spencer Gulf in South Australia about 5 kilometres southeast of Tumby Bay. The land which now comprises the conservation park previously received statutory protection in January 1969 and was re-proclaimed in 1972 under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972. The area under protection is considered significant for the following reason: ‘a small island providing feeding and roosting habitat for seabirds.’ The conservation park is classified as an IUCN Category Ia protected area.
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