Butcher Gap Conservation Park
About Butcher Gap Conservation Park
Butcher Gap Conservation Park is a secured territory situated in the Limestone Coast of South Australia sitting above Lacepede Bay around 6 kilometers 3.7 miles south of the town of Kingston SE. The protection stop was announced under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972 out of 1990.
The accompanying explanations from the protection stop's administration design compresses its preservation significance.The Park contains the foredune and related swale framework encompassing a 40 hectares 99 sections of land wetland zone counting Salt lake and Butchers lake, separated by the Butcher Gap Drai.
The wetland bolsters a relationship of thick South Australian bog paperbark Melaleuca halmaturorum over marine glade, while the rest of the Park is a waterfront clean affiliation.