South Australia

 

Maralinga Tjarutja Lands (permit)

 

Box 435

Ceduna SA 5690

Phone 08 8625 2946

Fax 08 8625 3076

 

Click here to apply for a permit and here to visit the website. Note that tourist permits are only issued for travel within Maralinga Tjarutja lands on the Anne Beadell Highway and the road from Nullarbor Roadhouse via Cook to Vokes Hill. No permits are issued for travel between Maralinga and Emu.

 

Mamungari Conservation Park (camping fees)

 

National Parks South Australia

Box 569

Ceduna SA 5690

Phone 08 8625 3144

Fax 08 8625 3123

 

Click here for further information

 

Tallaringa Conservation Park (entry/camping fees)

 

National Parks South Australia

9 Mackay St

Port Augusta SA 5700

Phone 1800 816078

 

Click here for further information

 

Woomera Defence Area (permit)

 

Woomera Test Range

Box 157

Woomera SA 5720

Phone 08 8674 3370

Fax 08 8674 3308

 

Click here to for a permit application form.

 

Click here for information about scheduled closures and here for a map of exclusion zones

 

Exclusion periods for Amber zone 2 (which includes a section of the Anne Beadell Highway) are subject to change so travellers are urged to check dates prior to travel. Previously announced closures are often cancelled at short notice.

Call (08) 90371147

Paupiyala Tjarutja Aboriginal Corporation
Welcome to Ilkurlka Visitor Centre!

ILKURLKA

 

Ilkurlka update 20 November 2020

As of 20 November 2020 Ilkurlka will be closed to all visitors. 

The decision has been made by the community to temporarily close the roadhouse to mitigate the threat of transmission of COVID19 to our communities. Further updates will be provided in due course.

Please contact us on 08 90371147 or manager@ilkurlka.org.au for further information.

We are sorry for any inconvenience but hope that you will understand that we have to be very cautious.

Please note that Ilkurlka will not be accessible from the east because of the WA border closure. The border is being monitored and the WA police will take action if anyone crosses the border from the east without having a permit issued by the WA government.

Penalties for illegally crossing the WA border from the east are severe – up to a $50,000 fine and/or twelve month’s imprisonment.

 

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