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Landholders share in more than $1.3 million to protect SA’s native vegetation
More than $1.3 million already has been awarded to projects responding to climate change and increasing biodiversity on private properties under the new Native Vegetation Heritage Agreements (NVHA) grants program.
Explore SA’s best bush and beach parks
Summer is here and many of us will enjoy the warmer weather by hitting the beach or exploring our diverse natural environments. South Australia is blessed with pristine beaches and beautiful bushland, and numerous parks showcase them side-by-side. So why not experience both in one go?
Popular campground reopens with major upgrades
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
Research reveals importance of climate change action
The need for a strong net-zero emissions future has been highlighted by new research that shows many of South Australia’s climate indicators are in decline.
Something for everyone in southern suburbs parks
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
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.
Royal recognition for our beloved national park
Cleland National Park has been recognised alongside some of the world’s other great natural wonders after being added to a royal conservation initiative.