Aquatic reserves

See maps of all aquatic reserves below.

Barker Inlet - St Kilda

Restrictions:

  • Rod and handline only.

Map: Barker Inlet - St Kilda aquatic reserve (PDF 305.0 KB)

Coobowie

Restrictions:

  • Area 1 the following is allowed:
    • fishing from boat or shore using rod and line or handline 
    • collecting bait from the beach
    • boating, diving, swimming.
  • Area 2 - no fishing, collecting, or removing any marine organisms.

Map: Coobowie aquatic reserve (PDF 313.9 KB)

Port Noarlunga

Restrictions:

  • Rod and handline only except:
    • in the area within 25 metres of Horseshoe Reef
    • within 50 metres of the end of the jetty.
  • Hand nets for the taking of shrimps for bait only in the waters of the estuary and the Onkaparinga River upstream to the Noarlunga Bypass Bridge on Main South Road.

The Encounter Marine Park and Port Noarlunga Reef Sanctuary Zone applies in this area. Sanctuary Zone fishing restrictions apply, please refer to the Marine Parks website.

St Kilda - Chapman Creek

Restrictions:

  • Blue swimmer crabs can only be taken by:
    • hand
    • crab rake
    • hoop.
  • Land-based line fishing from the breakwater is permitted.
  • The following is not permitted:
    • bait digging
    • line fishing from anywhere other than the breakwater
    • collecting or removing marine organisms other than blue swimmer crabs.

Map: St Kilda - Chapman Creek aquatic reserve (PDF 241.5 KB)

Troubridge Hill

Restrictions:

  • Rod and handline only.

Map: Troubridge Hill aquatic reserve (PDF 334.3 KB)

West Island

Restrictions:

  • Area 1: rod and line or handline only.
  • Area 2: no entry.
  • Area 3:
    • no fishing
    • no collecting
    • no removing any marine organisms.

Map: West Island aquatic reserve (PDF 316.8 KB)

Great Australian Bight Marine Park

Go to the National Parks South Australia website for information.

GPS data

The coordinates shown on these maps are based on the Geocentric Datum of Australia 1994 (GDA94) which coincides almost exactly with WGS84. Some adjustment might be required depending on the GPS navigational system used. All coordinates are shown as degrees, decimal minutes.

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