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Heritage tourism boosted in SA’s regions
11 July 2024

More than a dozen businesses will share in nearly $150,000 in State Government funding to enhance heritage tourism across South Australia.

Stunning new Flinders Chase National Park Visitor Centre to bolster KI tourism
08 July 2024

The new Flinders Chase National Park Visitor Centre located at Karatta on Kangaroo Island’s wild west coast has been officially opened, replacing the former Rocky River centre destroyed in the 2019/20 bushfires.

Kangaroo survey takes to the air above regional SA
03 July 2024

South Australia’s northern kangaroo populations will be surveyed with a light aircraft taking to the air this month as part of an annual survey.

Dive into marine parks experiences this July
01 July 2024

Despite the chill in the air, South Australia’s coastal environments are wonderful places to explore in the colder months of the year.

Prescribed burn programs a success
28 June 2024

National Parks and Wildlife Service has successfully completed its annual prescribed burn programs, with 90 burns conducted across the state in the past 12 months.

$250K in funding awarded for heritage conservation projects
26 June 2024

Eighteen historic South Australian buildings will benefit from $250,000 in State Government funding to help cover the cost of conservation work.

Ranger James swaps the SA Outback for Tassie’s lush Cradle Mountain
17 June 2024

Exchanging the harsh dry of the South Australian Outback for the snow-covered peaks of Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain couldn’t be much more of a contrast.

Habitat restoration project to bring back woodland birds
14 June 2024

A $1 million state government project is underway to bring woodland birds back to the Mount Lofty Ranges following years of habitat loss and changes in the landscape.

River Murray water allocations open at 100 per cent
14 June 2024

South Australian River Murray water users will start the 2024-25 financial year with 100 per cent of their allocation.

$30 million Budget boost for national parks a win for wildlife, biodiversity and visitors
12 June 2024

South Australia’s increasingly popular national parks have received a $30 million funding boost in the 2024-25 State Budget so they remain a vital haven for wildlife and biodiversity, and to improve visitor experiences.