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Coorong Loop Road
Australia

The Coorong National Park in South Australia is a 145 kilometre long stretch of sand dunes between a shallow inlet and the ocean. The park is 500 square kilometres in size and approximately 150km south of Adelaide. The Loop Road is an unsealed but good access track to give visitors without 4WD a glimpse of the beautiful coastal park.

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Uploaded: 20/07/2010
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