Brookfield Conservation Park
Home to the Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat, Brookfield Conservation Park is managed by Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) who undertake a range of volunteer activities both in the park and in the surrounding area, with a focus on the research of threatened species.
Sections of the park are open to the public to explore this limestone country and enjoy opportunities to see wombats, kangaroos and birdlife such as the rare Stone Curlew, Ground Cuckoo Shrikes and Australian Owlet Nightjars.
Do you want to volunteer or undertake research at the park?
The following information is provided for people interested in volunteering or undertaking research/projects. All research at Brookfield Conservation Park must have prior approval from CVA. Approval must be sought at least 14 days prior to any activity at the park. CVA requires all research results to be provided for data management.
There is a scientific research camp available for volunteers and researchers who wish to camp in the park. Approval must also be sought from CVA.
Brookfield Conservation Park is located 130km north east of Adelaide, 11km west of Blanchetown. Access is via Sturt Highway.
The public section of Brookfield Conservation Park is open from 7:00am until sunset, 7 days a week (includes the picnic area and Three Habitat Walk).
Wood fires and solid fuel fires are prohibited from 1 November 2015 to 15 April 2016.
Gas fires are permitted other than on days of total fire ban.
Conservation Voluneers Australia, Adelaide office
Phone: (+61 8) 8212 0777
DEWNR SA Murray-Darling Basin office
Phone: (+61 8) 8580 1800
For further information on volunteering or undertaking research please contact the Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some areas of the park are restricted to the public and require permission from CVA to enter.
This park is closed on days of extreme fire danger.
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