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Anstey Hill fun on Sunday 26 March
16 March 2017

Anstey Hill Recreation Park will be filled with free outdoor activities on Sunday March 26 at an Adventure afternoon to celebrate the opening of new facilities.

Autumn prescribed burn season begins
07 March 2017

The first prescribed burn of autumn is planned for Wednesday at Kellidie Bay Conservation Park on the Eyre Peninsula, earlier in the season than usual because of record summer rains promoting vegetation growth.

Penguin burrow attack leaves mystery
28 February 2017

Victor Harbor park rangers are calling for help from the public after a penguin burrow in Granite Island Recreation Park was interfered with on Friday night and a penguin chick has gone missing.

Bandicoots, native vegetation get a lifeline as Morialta cleared of feral goats
21 February 2017

A herd of feral goats that has been causing environmental damage at Morialta Conservation Park has been successfully removed.

Record numbers flock to new Cobbler Creek facilities
18 February 2017

Visitor numbers are booming at Cobbler Creek Recreation Park in the northern suburbs following the opening of a new adventure playground, bike trails, and barbecue and picnic facilities.

Shelterbelts part of long term fire recovery
16 February 2017

A Freeling farm devastated by the Pinery fires is coming back to life following the planting of native shelterbelts.

Hallett Cove Park of the Month
09 February 2017

Hallett Cove Conservation Park is abuzz with activities this month to celebrate being Nature Play’s Park of the Month.

Schoolchildren help design new Morialta playground
02 January 2017

Concept plans have been released for a stunning new playground in Morialta Conservation Park that will delight children with a design incorporating physical challenges, Aboriginal culture and native plants and animals.

Rare fish caught following success of environmental flows
23 December 2016

Rare fish are returning to the River Torrens and the Onkaparinga River thanks to an environmental flow program run by the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board, which is designed to reproduce the kinds of water flows that occurred pre-European settlement.

Torrens Lake algae control trial underway for 2016-17
13 December 2016

Media release detailing the start of the annual trial project to control blue-green algae in the Torrens Lake during summer with a release of fresh water from upstream storages

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