Search for wild flowers, explore the massive sand dunes and throw a line in the water at Nundroo.
See the famous Dog Fence between Nundroo and Yalata, a pest exclusion fence built in the 1880s to keep dingoes out of southern Australia. This fence is one of the longest structures on the planet, and the longest fence in the world! It winds its way 5,614km across South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland to protect Australia's sheep country.
With a permit, you can also try out Yalata's excellent fishing beaches in search of mulloway, salmon and shark are all plentiful. Yalata Aboriginal Lands are owned and operated by Yalata Aboriginal Community Incorporated, and are home to a community of around 400 people. For more information, head to www.yalata.org.