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New Flinders Ranges visitor experience unveiled at Wilpena Pound Resort
08 June 2022

Designs have been unveiled of the $3 million upgrade to Wilpena Pound Resort, with new glamping facilities, a new visitor precinct, and improved interpretive signage to be installed along hiking paths.

Plans underway for floodplain watering after successful 2021 operations
08 June 2022

Following successful operations in 2021 which delivered significant ecological benefits to the region, planning is underway for the delivery of water for the environment to the Chowilla, Pike and Katarapko floodplains during winter and spring.

$10 million Budget commitment to keep community at the heart of environment programs
07 June 2022

A new environmental grants program will deliver $10 million for programs that improve habitat and biodiversity on public and private land over the next four years.

State Government responds to community concerns
03 June 2022

The Government of South Australia has issued an interim licence to an Eyre Peninsula local council to help ensure one of the Eyre Peninsula’s most beautiful beaches is protected.

Thermal imaging – a first for South East kangaroo survey
03 June 2022

For the first time in the Lower South East region, a helicopter mounted with thermal imaging cameras will take part in the Department for Environment and Water’s annual kangaroo count.

South Australia declares climate emergency
01 June 2022

South Australia has joined other jurisdictions around the world in declaring a climate emergency.

Changes to native vegetation regulations to better protect national parks
01 June 2022

Changes to native vegetation regulations which exempted private developments over $1 million in Flinders Chase National Park from normal approval processes have officially been repealed by the State Government.

New visitor access to the Golden Spike
01 June 2022

Improved visitor experience for Youngoona Hut site
01 June 2022

Eastern Brachina Gorge Road gateway to be upgraded
01 June 2022