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Parks of the Central Fleurieu Peninsula Draft Management Plan – Public Notice

The Department for Environment and Water has prepared a draft management plan that outlines the long-term management strategies for Bullock Hill Conservation Park, Cox Scrub Conservation Park, Finniss Conservation Park, Gum Tree Gully Conservation Park, Hesperilla Conservation Park, Hindmarsh Valley National Park, Kyeema Conservation Park, Mount Billy Conservation Park, Mount Magnificent Conservation Park, Myponga Conservation Park, Nixon-Skinner Conservation Park, Scott Conservation Park, Spring Mount Conservation Park, Stipiturus Conservation Park and Yulte Conservation Park.

Pursuant to Section 38 of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972, members of the public are invited to make written submissions regarding matters that they think should be addressed in this management plan. All submissions received will be considered during the preparation of the draft management plan. The public will have an opportunity to make submissions on the draft plan once it has been developed and released for public consultation.

View the notice for information on how to make a submission.

Sale of Crown land - Public Notice

The Minister for Climate, Environment and Water has granted approval for the direct sale of a portion of Crown land described as Allotment 101 in DP 93296 45 Tangara Drive, American River SA 5221. The land is dedicated to the Kangaroo Island Council. The Council leases a portion of the land for commercial shellfish aquaculture operations. The Department for Environment and Water has commenced a process, in accordance with provisions of the Crown Land Management Act 2009, to facilitate the sale to the current long-term lessee.

Security of freehold tenure will enable the business to continue to operate and further invest into research and development, tours and the local economy. There is no intended change of land use for this land parcel.

To enable the sale, a portion of the land (which is less than the current leased area on which the business operates) will be excised from the Crown land parcel.

The sale will not restrict access to the foreshore, walking trail or area used by the general public. The remainder of the land parcel, including all foreshore land, will continue to be dedicated under the care, control and management of Kangaroo Island Council for harbour purposes with no change to the community’s existing use and enjoyment of the foreshore area.

For any further information, please contact:

Ground Floor, 81-95 Waymouth Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Post: GPO Box 1047, Adelaide SA 5001
Phone: (08) 8429 7680

Applications to Lease Waterfront Crown Land – Public Notice

  • The Minister for Environment and Water is considering individual applications for long term leases over up to 40 existing shack sites and 6 boat shed sites located along the Glenelg River, near Donovans, South Australia. The leases are being considered for a cumulative period not greater than 50 years. As part of the of the application process, the Minister invites members of the general public to prepare and lodge written submissions to express their views on the proposal. Written submissions will be considered by the Minister as part of the decision making process.
  • View the Notice for a list of the sites under consideration and for information on how to make a submission.

Proposal to alter the boundary of the Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta

  • Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta is currently the subject of a significant investment program, including construct of the Sam Willoughby BMX Facility adjacent to Majors Road. For safety reasons, access to the site is required to be via a slip lane. There is insufficient space within the existing road reserve to create the necessary slip lane and it is proposed to remove a small portion of land from the existing national park to make allowance for the slip lane. It is considered to be a minor amendment to the park to allow for the creation of road and seen to be an important safety aspect for future use of park facilities.
  • View the notice for information on how to make a submission.