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River Murray flows remain consistent
15 December 2022

Today’s River Murray flow update shows the floodwater peak is still due in Renmark around the end of December and forecasts remain between 190 and 220 gigalitres a day, consistent with previous projections.

Parks of Western Kangaroo Island celebrated in December
09 December 2022

South Australia’s Kangaroo Island is a nature lover’s paradise, and this December National Parks and Wildlife Service is celebrating the island’s western national parks as its Park of the Month.

River Murray flows remain within forecast limits
08 December 2022

The latest River Murray flow update shows the peak flow of floodwater is due in Renmark around the end of December and will be between 190 and 220 gigalitres a day.

Budgies in full flight at Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park
01 December 2022

Good seasonal conditions have resulted in a population boost for flora and fauna within Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park, in particular for the ever-popular budgerigar.

Care urged as River Murray continues to rise ahead of later forecasted peak
01 December 2022

As River Murray levels continue to rise in South Australia, today’s update shows there remains a high probability of flows between 170 and 180 gigalitres a day in early December.

Taronga Sanctuary releases endangered Chuditch in South Australia to bolster wild populations
30 November 2022

Taronga Conservation Society Australia has released 15 endangered Chuditch from Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo into the Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park in South Australia – a significant milestone for the species which is now extinct in four states and territories.

Illegal net discoveries spark marine park fishing reminder
28 November 2022

The discovery of an illegal cast net at Basham Beach has sparked an urgent reminder of fishing rules in South Australian marine parks and sanctuary zones.

New Independent Advisory Panel to oversee Adelaide Beach Management Review
25 November 2022

Environmental science, social science and Kaurna knowledge experts have been brought together to oversee a review of the way Adelaide’s coastline is managed.

Granite Island to close at night during Schoolies Week
24 November 2022

Granite Island will again partially close to the public during Schoolies Festival this year.

Flood reinforcements arrive as flows likely to increase to 185 GL/day in second surge
24 November 2022

Four kilometres of DefenCell flood barriers will arrive in Adelaide today on an urgent air freight from Italy to be deployed around vital infrastructure in flood affected areas.