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Rangers to the res­cue as drift rope threat­ens sea lion pups at Seal Bay

Fast act­ing rangers on Kan­ga­roo Island are being praised for their efforts remov­ing a mas­sive piece of marine debris that washed up in an impor­tant sea lion sanctuary.


Have your say on draft man­age­ment plan for Dhil­ba Guu­ran­da-Innes Nation­al Park and Yorke Penin­su­la parks

The com­mu­ni­ty is encour­aged to have their say on the future man­age­ment of Dhil­ba Guu­ran­da-Innes Nation­al Park and 11 con­ser­va­tion parks across Yorke Penin­su­la with the draft plan now open for con­sul­ta­tion through the State Government’s Your­SAy portal.


Endan­gered glossy black cock­a­too spot­ted in Deep Creek Nation­al Park

One of Australia’s rarest cock­a­toos has been spot­ted in Deep Creek Nation­al Park on the Fleurieu Penin­su­la for the first time since the 1970s.


Wild South Coast Way hik­ing app show­cas­es Ngar­rind­jeri lan­guage and culture

Hik­ers on South Australia’s newest mul­ti-day hike can now immerse them­selves in local Abo­rig­i­nal cul­ture via an audio tour that shares the sto­ries of the Ngar­rind­jeri Nation on the SA Nation­al Parks Tours mobile phone app while they walk.


Lead authors vis­it Flinders Ranges to progress World Her­itage Bid

Momen­tum con­tin­ues to build on the World Her­itage bid for South Australia’s icon­ic Flinders Ranges, with the lead authors for the nom­i­na­tion doc­u­ment tour­ing key sites in the region last month.