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South Australia’s Marine Parks boast iconic species such as the southern right whale, bottlenose dolphin, leafy sea dragon, great white shark, Australian pelican, little penguin, Australian sea lion and giant Australian cuttlefish, and this month these natural wonders are all being celebrated through National Parks and Wildlife Service’s (NPWS) Park of the Month.
Work has been underway this week to help conserve and protect the nest of an endangered pair of eastern osprey at Tumby Island Conservation Park on the Eyre Peninsula.
New walk-in campsites along the Wild South Coast Way on the Heysen Trail are now open.
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.
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.