Loch Luna Game Reserve was established in 1985 and comprises 1,905 hectares. The reserve consists of a range of water bodies including narrow creeks and shallow swamps.
The area contains a variety of environments that provide important habitat for many aquatic birds and mammals. Fishing, boating and enjoying the river are popular recreational activities.
Keep your eyes open for the Royal and the Yellow-billed Spoonbills. Listen out for the harsh call of the Darter as it regularly breeds in Loch Luna. Sea Eagles, Regent Parrots, Pelicans, White-faced Herons and many other birds inhabit the reserves. Kangaroos graze beside the creeks, and if you are quiet, you might be able to spot a water rat swimming along the edge of the reed beds.
Camping is allowed in the designated campsites located along the River and Chambers Creek.
Self-registration and payment for camping is available at the park.
Loch Luna Game Reserve and Moorook Game Reserve
20 kilometres west of
South Australia 5343