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.
In a major international coup for South Australia, Adelaide has been named the world’s second National Park City which will further enhance the city’s reputation as the most liveable in the country.
For the first time in 120 years the gates at Happy Valley Reservoir have been unlocked with visitors now able to enjoy a range of land and water-based recreational activities such as kayaking, fishing, cycling, hiking and picnicking.
A range of different single-use plastic items such as cups, plates and bowls could be next on the list of banned items under the Marshall Liberal Government’s historic single-use plastic ban, with the release of a new discussion paper.
Visitors to South Australia’s largest reservoir will now be able to enjoy expanded recreational access, with a range of new land-based activities available at Mount Bold Reservoir, in another major milestone for the Marshall Liberal Government’s Opening up our Reservoirs program.
The Commonwealth and South Australian governments are investing $10 million to improve the quality and availability of waterbird habitat throughout the Ramsar-listed Coorong and Lower Lakes.
The Adelaide Hills are set to become home to a new world-class nature-based experience with plans unveiled today for a $10 million wilderness retreat to be nestled among the trees within Cleland Wildlife Park.
Adelaide has been named one of the world’s top destinations for 2022 in the latest National Geographic Traveller hot list, one of only two Australian destinations to feature.
Visitors will soon get extra opportunities to mountain bike through some of Cudlee Creek’s most challenging terrain, experience upgraded accommodation in Belair and wake up in the beautiful Limestone Cost region at South Australia’s newest glamping site.