Nicolas Baudin Island, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
||Peter Shaughnessy, Terry Dennis
The island was incorporated into the South Australian reserves system as the Nicolas Baudin Island Conservation Park in January 2003, with the intertidal and marine parts of the reserve declared a Prohibited Area to provide greater sanctity for breeding areas of the Australian Sea-lion colony (SA Government Gazette 16 January 2003). During 2002, it was surveyed and named after the 19th century French explorer, Nicolas Baudin.
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