News and information
- Action Plan for South Australia’s Ediacaran Fossils
- Flinders Ranges – Pursuing the World Heritage Potential
- Flinders Ranges World Heritage – Preliminary Statement of Values Report
- Flinders Ranges World Heritage Tentative List submission
- Flinders Ranges World Heritage Map
Watch this space and our Facebook page for more exciting opportunities to get involved in the World Heritage proposition in the Flinders Ranges as we begin to broaden the conversation even further.
We encourage you to share your thoughts, experiences and support for our nomination by making posts on your own social media and using the hashtag #worldheritagefortheflindersranges.
You can also collect one of our free limited edition postcards to send to family and friends. These designs represent just a few of the attributes of the Flinders Ranges and demonstrate its value for World Heritage. Sharing your support both online and by post will generate a unified voice required to secure a World Heritage listing.
Above: Just one of several designs of free postcards available.
Postcards can be collected at one of the following locations (and more to be listed soon):
Department for Environment and Water Customer Service Centre
Ground Floor, 81-95 Waymouth Street, Adelaide, SA
Department for Energy and Mining Customer Service Centre
Level 12, 11 Waymouth Street, Adelaide, SA
Arkaroola guest reception
2948 Arkaroola Road, Arkaroola Village, SA
Flinders Ranges Visitor Information Centre at Quorn
Quorn Railway Station, Railway Terrace, Quorn, SA
Hawker Visitor Centre (Teague’s – Hawker Motors)
Corner of Cradock and Wilpena Roads, Hawker, SA
Manager, National Parks and Protected Area Program
Department for Environment and Water
Phone: 0401 120 880