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Bassian thrush survey in full flight across the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu
A unique survey is rolling out across national parks in the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula with the aim of boosting knowledge on a rarely spotted bird, the Bassian thrush.
Heritage cottages arise from the ashes to reopen in iconic Kangaroo Island park
Burnt down in the Kangaroo Island bushfires of 2019-20 two state heritage listed cottages have arisen from the ashes to become the newest and highest standard of accommodation offered by the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS).
Friends of Parks volunteers celebrate 40 years of protecting our natural environment
Friends of Parks (FoP) is celebrated its 40th birthday on Sunday with an event at Belair National Park for representatives from the 145 member groups.
Have your say on a new management plan for Murray River National Park
Riverland locals and nature lovers are encouraged to have their say on a revised management plan for the popular Murray River National Park.
Spring is in the Eyre this September
Spring into South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula parks this September as National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) celebrates the region as Park of the Month.
Rangers to the rescue as drift rope threatens sea lion pups at Seal Bay
Fast acting rangers on Kangaroo Island are being praised for their efforts removing a massive piece of marine debris that washed up in an important sea lion sanctuary.
Endangered glossy black cockatoo spotted in Deep Creek National Park
One of Australia’s rarest cockatoos has been spotted in Deep Creek National Park on the Fleurieu Peninsula for the first time since the 1970s.