Construction is underway at South Australia’s newest national park, to create a spectacular new $3.3 million fossil experience in the northern Flinders Ranges.
More than 120 million plastic straws have been taken off the shelves in the first six months of the Marshall Liberal Government’s historic single-use plastic ban with businesses being urged to prepare for the next round of items to be banned.
Councils across the state can now apply for funding up to $200,000 to help plant more trees to keep local streets and open spaces green and cool, with the opening of a third round of the Greener Neighbourhoods grants program to coincide with National Tree Day today.
South Australia’s national parks are experiencing record levels of popularity as we head into school holidays next weekend.
A reservoir in Adelaide’s north eastern suburbs and South Australia’s largest reservoir in the Adelaide Hills will be the next two to be open for recreational access under the Marshall Liberal Government’s hugely popular Opening up our Reservoirs policy.
One of Adelaide’s last remaining coastal freshwater and estuarine lagoon systems will form part of a new conservation park at Aldinga with the Marshall Liberal Government stepping in to protect the area from potential housing development.
South Australia is making a historic push to have Adelaide become the world’s second National Park City, a move which coincides with World Environment Day today.
Cleland Wildlife Park’s hugely popular koala feeding experience is set to return this June long weekend for the first time after they were put on hold due to COVID-19 restrictions.