Eight regional landscape boards and a metropolitan Green Adelaide Board have been established under the Landscape South Australia Act 2019.
They administer the Act and support all sectors of the community, and all levels of government, by providing strategic leadership for their region’s landscape management.
Landscape boards are responsible for facilitating the management of landscapes in partnership with key partners and stakeholders.
The Green Adelaide Board is responsible for integrating the management of water resources and wetlands; the metropolitan coastline; nature education within the city; creating habitat for biodiversity; and the greening of streets, parklands and buildings.
This includes exploring world-wide initiatives relevant to urban ecology and green cities, and the option of Adelaide becoming a globally recognised National Park City.
Landscape regional boundaries, including Green Adelaide, can be viewed as interactive maps at www.landscape.sa.gov.au.
For more information visit the boards’ websites: