A prescribed burn in Adelaide’s southern suburbs today has marked the end of a successful spring season that has seen 46 prescribed burns carried out across South Australia – reducing the fire risk across more than 1600 hectares of public and private land.
South Australia will be better prepared to support the preservation and re-establishment of the natural environment during and following bushfires with a new framework released today by the Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Taskforce.
The Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail will reopen for walkers from tomorrow (December 1) for the first time since last summer’s devastating bushfires.
Free entry into Flinders Chase on Kangaroo Island has been extended until the end of August in a move designed to further support the local community and tourism economy as the island recovers from the devastating summer bushfires and COVID-19.
Kangaroo Island locals, business owners and visitors are invited to now share their ideas to reimagine visitor experiences in some of the island’s national parks.
Bushfire clean-up in South Australia has reached a significant milestone with the final house being cleared and ready to rebuild, helping affected communities recover as fast as possible.