Eulsukdo Island, a beautiful cultural feast with migratory birds
Visiting an eco-cultural platform created between the Nakdonggang River and the South Sea
an ecological repository of rich soil and freshwater fish and shells,
and a large-size winter home to migratory birds looking for enough food.
Let’s visit Eulsukdo Island, one of Busan’s most beautiful islands.
Thus, it is highly recommended that you begin your journey to Eulsukdo Island at the Nakdong Estuary Eco Center, where you can drop by Amisan Observatory and Eulsukdo Migratory Bird Park and enjoy various exhibitions on the ecological system of the Nakdong Estuary.
** Use of Nakdong Estuary Eco Center may be limited due to COVID-19. Please check out the website for information in advance.
- Entering the restricted areas apart from the ones that are open to the public is not allowed.
- Cooking, camping, garbage disposal, and sales activities are strictly prohibited.
- Fishing operations, animal hoarding, and plant picking are strictly prohibited.
Address1240, Nakdongnam-ro, Saha-gu, Busan
Operating Days and HoursEvery day, Always
Entering Eulsukdo Eco Park at night is not allowed (from 20:00 to 08:00 the next day).
Service FeesFree (except parking fees)
Traffic InformationExit 3 of Hadan Station on Busan Metro Line 1 → Transfer to Bus 3, 55, 58, 58-2, 168, 520, 1005, 2000, 58-1, or 221 and get off at Eulsukdo (Cultural Center) and walk for 10 min
Get off bus 3, 55, 58, 58-2, 168, 520, 1005, 2000, 58-1, or 221 at Eulsukdo (Cultural Center) and walk for 10 min
Parking: Eulsukdo Island Public Parking Lot
RemarksFacilities in Common: Wheelchair accessible; disabled parking; wheelchair accessible
Eulsukdo Cultural Center, Museum of Contemporary Art Busan, and Nakdong Estuary Eco Center: Braille block; elevator available; wheelchair rentalfor people who are visually impaired, elevators, and wheelchair rental