South Australia could soon be home to the largest national park in Australia, with the proposal to create the Munga-Thirri–Simpson Desert National Park.
South Australia has taken a significant step in gaining World Heritage status for parts of the Flinders Ranges after the nomination was placed on Australia’s Tentative List for World Heritage.
South Australians can now have their first look at the vision for what Happy Valley Reservoir will look like when it’s opened for recreational access by the end of the year with new concept plans unveiled as part of a community-led master plan.
One of South Australia’s most iconic tourism destinations at Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges will undergo a $3 million transformation and take on new management to improve the visitor experience, increase patronage and in turn create local jobs for the region.
Stage two of the mountain biking trail development at WIllowie in Mount Remarkable National Park is set to get under way with Trailscapes, an Adelaide based trail construction company, announced as the successful contractor.
Conservation on private land will get a significant boost with the delivery of the first round of Heritage Agreement grants under the Marshall Liberal Government’s $3 million Revitalising Private Conservation in South Australia program.