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Sleaford Mere Conservation Park

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Map of bushwalks in Sleaford Mere Conservation Park
List of bushwalks in Sleaford Mere Conservation Park
Found 2 walks

Investigator Trail
89.9 km circuit
4 days to 6 days
Investigator Trail
89.9 km

4 days to 6 days

Starting from the car park near the main park entrance on Donington Road, Lincoln National Park, this walk takes you on a circuit around Lincoln National Park via the Investigator Trail. The Investigator Trail is a long-distance walking trail consisting of several shorter connected trails within Lincoln National Park. The trail is named after HMS Investigator, the ship commanded by Matthew Flinders while surveying the Eyre Peninsula coastline in 1802. The trail loops along each coastline and crosses through the centre of the park, taking in magnificent coastal scenery ranging from secluded beaches, sheltered bays and offshore islands to inland forests, vast sand dunes and picturesque saline lakes. Along with other trails in the park, the Investigator Trail is clearly defined and marked with checkpoints at strategic locations. The trail is made up of sections that can be walked individually or trekked as a whole, with several camping options along the northern and eastern coastlines. This loop consists of wide and narrow walking trails and fire tracks, with uneven natural surfaces, compacted natural surfaces, sandy surfaces and short steep hills, suitable for high fitness levels. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.



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