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Maps and coordinates

There are a number of resources to help you find where the marine parks are and to locate the zones in each park, whether you’re on land or out in your boat. Used in combination these products, devices and Apps provide you with approximate real-time location display in accordance with your communication network or GPS capabilities.

It is recommended any geo-referenced pdf maps or GPS files and the appropriate apps are downloaded and installed prior to leaving home due to lack of network connectivity in remote areas.

SA Recreational Fishing Guide app

The SA Recreational Fishing Guide app provides your location in the waters or on beaches in relation to the zones, and keep a look out for signage at nearby boat ramps.

You can also download the 2016 SA Marine Parks Sanctuary Zone Maps guide (note: this does not include 2020 and 2022 amendments).

Marine park management plan maps with zones and coordinates

You can download detailed pdf maps of each marine park that show legal zone coordinates. It is important to read the pdf map capability statement and disclaimer before using these maps.

You can print maps or use your smartphone or tablet to view them using the free Avenza App.

Please be aware that the landward boundaries of Marine Parks are defined as the median high water (unless otherwise specified). Mapped shoreline is representative only.

Marine park zones GPS coordinates

You can download GPS files for all marine park zones in a number of formats. It is important to read the GPS data capability statement and disclaimer before using these maps.

Find out how to use the GPS coordinates files.