What’s new in South Australia’s national parks
National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia is building new experiences and facilities across the state including fossil and mountain-biking experiences, new multi-day walks, trails, roads, campgrounds, kayak launches and car parks.
Projects are happening in Adelaide, on the Fleurieu Peninsula, Kangaroo Island, Eyre Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula and in the Flinders Ranges and Outback.
- Nature-based tourism co-investment fund
- Statewide park renewal: Improving existing park facilities such as signs, campgrounds, toilets, trails, roads and carparks.
- Upgrades to Morialta Conservation Park and Mark Oliphant Conservation Park
Adelaide and surrounds
- New nature-based visitor experience at Cleland Wildlife Park.
- Creating Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta
- Opening up our reservoirs
- Enhancing the Mount Lofty precinct
- Creating Aldinga Conservation Park
- Creating the Wild South Coast Way on the Heysen Trail
- Creating Hindmarsh Valley National Park
Flinders Ranges and Outback
- Creating the southern Flinders Precinct
- Creating Nilpena Ediacara National Park
- Improvements to parks in the northern Flinders Ranges
- Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park
How you can get involved
National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia is committed to working in partnership with Traditional Owners, local and regional communities and community groups to bring these projects to life.
As projects progress there will also be opportunities for you to get involved and share your thoughts. Visit the project webpages listed above.
For more information or if you have any questions, please get in touch with us online.