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Well known for its plentiful blue swimmer crabs during September to April, it’s also the northern gateway of the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary National Park (Winaityinaityi Pangkara). Hundreds of species of shorebirds and inland birds either live in the area or use it as a stopover during migration.
Thompson Beach is located on South Australia’s Samphire Coast, just 72 kilometres north of Adelaide’s CBD and less than 10 minutes’ drive from Dublin. It’s very easy to find – just travel north along Port Wakefield Road to the Dublin turnoff and after the turnoff take the first left
is the prime destination for access to the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary
and thus is visited by and will be increasingly visited by local and international
visitors. Their experience will be greatly enhanced by having quality roads
and parking spaces. It is an anomaly that the only unpaved road in Thompson
Beach is The Esplanade.
1. Seal Esplanade
2. Coastal walk way/bike path
3. Community Facilities
Increasing visitation from both holiday house occupancy and the attraction of the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary is creating the need for improved community facilities.
The primary concern is the provision of additional and appropriate toilet facilities, but other facilities include:
• Provision of a playground and other activities for young people and families
• Increased and improved car parking facilities including toilets, shade and seating
• Viewing platforms
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