Southern Eyre subregion

The Southern Eyre sub-region is home to thriving seafood industries, beautiful National Parks, reliable cropping country and the region’s water supply source. 

As part of the Southern Eyre community we are intrinsically linked to our natural environment and our identities are ingrained with the great outdoors. 

Southern Eyre Peninsula face a range of challenges into the future, and that's why we need a Plan.

Challenges that are equally matched with opportunities for community, industries and organisations to work together to create sustainable and innovative outcomes that look after our natural resources. 

The Southern Eyre subregional section begins on page 45 of the Draft Strategic Plan.

Thank you to everyone that's been involved so far, through interviews, online surveys and helping raise awareness on the LoveEP YouTube film.

A workshop for Southern Eyre was held on Wednesday 22 July 2015, thank you to all that participated, we had over 45 people in the room sharing their collective experience, knowledge and ideas around Natural Resources Management on Eyre Peninsula.

For more information please contact Planning Officer:  liam.sibly@sa.gov.au or phone 8688 3111.

More information

  • Manager Strategy, Engagement and Knowledge
    Ground floor, 86 Tasman Terrace (PO Box 22), Port Lincoln SA 5606
    (08) 8688 3111
    dewnr.nrepadmin@sa.gov.au