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Popular campground reopens with major upgrades
04 December 2023
Picnic furniture, showers with hot water and more spacious sites are among new amenities now available to visitors at one of the state’s most popular campgrounds
Something for everyone in southern suburbs parks
27 November 2023
From rugged clifftops with spectacular views to wetland ponds and floodplains, the parks along Adelaide’s stretch of the Onkaparinga River must be seen to be believed.
New Mid North national park a step closer
22 November 2023
A plan to convert an environmentally significant 1000-hectare site near Burra into a national park has reached a significant milestone after the signing of an agreement to transfer ownership of the land to the State Government.
Lampreys on the move!
21 November 2023
South Australia’s favourite toothy fish, the lamprey, are on the move!
Royal recognition for our beloved national park
21 November 2023
Cleland National Park has been recognised alongside some of the world’s other great natural wonders after being added to a royal conservation initiative.
Supporting protection of Australian sea lions
16 November 2023
The federal government is investing $400,000 to better protect endangered Australian sea lions in South Australia.
Granite Island to close at night during Schoolies Festival
15 November 2023
Granite Island Recreation Park will be closed at night during this year’s Schoolies Festival, between 17 November and 22 November.
Funding boost to preserve state’s rich history
13 November 2023
Eighteen state heritage-listed properties will share in $250,000 to help conserve significant sites as part of the first round of the state government’s Heritage Conservation Grants Program.
Post-flood monitoring flows on to the Coorong
08 November 2023
Ecological monitoring to help understand the Coorong’s response to South Australia’s largest flood since 1956, has commenced as part of the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin program.
Fish and bird species to benefit from River Murray environmental water releases
03 November 2023
Native fish and waterbirds are among the beneficiaries of environmental water releases aimed at boosting River Murray ecosystems this spring ahead of a forecast hot and dry summer.