High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Barker Inlet is a
tidal inlet of the Gulf St Vincent in Adelaide, South Australia,
named after Captain Collet Barker who first sighted it in 1831. It
contains one of the southernmost mangrove forests in the world, a
dolphin sanctuary, seagrass meadows and is an important fish and
shellfish breeding ground. The inlet separates Torrens Island and
Garden Island from the mainland to the East and is characterized by
a network of tidal creeks, artificially deepened channels, and wide
mudflats. The extensive belt of mangroves are bordered by samphire
saltmarsh flats and low-lying sand dunes, there are two boardwalks
(at Garden Island and St Kilda), and ships graveyards in Broad
Creek, Angas Inlet and the North Arm.
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