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Western Brachina Gorge Road gateway to be upgraded
01 June 2022
Prescribed burning success despite a challenging autumn
31 May 2022
The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) exceeded its planned 43 prescribed burns this autumn season protecting local towns, managing biodiversity and working with private landholders to manage their properties.
NPWS to employ 15 new Aboriginal rangers to protect SA parks and wildlife
30 May 2022
Fifteen new Aboriginal rangers will be employed to work in national parks across South Australia as part of a $5 million State Budget initiative aimed at increasing Aboriginal management of our natural environment.
Native fish survey nets large scale finding at Bookmark Creek
16 May 2022
In further evidence of ecological improvements at Bookmark Creek in South Australia’s Riverland, ecologists have found juvenile golden perch and freshwater catfish in the area.
World’s first European koala named
05 May 2022
The first ever southern koala born in Europe has been named following a public vote.
Strava art to celebrate 50 years of the National Parks and Wildlife Service Act
30 April 2022
Celebrations for this week’s 50th anniversary of the National Parks and Wildlife Service Act 1972 kicked off on the weekend with Environment Minister Susan Close helping to start a Strava artwork depicting the iconic logo of the service.
Northern Mount Lofty celebrated as Park of the Month region in May
29 April 2022
May is the perfect time of the year to get outdoors and explore the Northern Mount Lofty Ranges, with the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) hosting activities and events in this region as part of their Park of the Month program.
Visitors urged to leave no trace in SA parks
14 April 2022
Campers and visitors to national parks and Crown land areas have been reminded to leave ‘no trace’ when visiting reserves.
SA River Murray allocations set to open at 100 per cent
14 April 2022
In great news for South Australian River Murray irrigators, water allocations are projected to open at 100 percent for the 2022-23 water year.
Many SA campgrounds booked out for Easter
08 April 2022
South Australians continue to show their love of getting outdoors with campground bookings for the upcoming Easter break already reaching 80 to 100 per cent capacity for many iconic sites.