Business is booming for communities near reservoirs which have been recently opened for recreational access by the Marshall Liberal Government.
Myponga Reservoir has officially welcomed the 50,000th visitor through its gates, further highlighting the success of the Marshall Liberal Government’s initiative to open South Australia’s reservoirs for recreational access.
Works to install around 30,000 solar panels at Happy Valley Reservoir as part of SA Water’s Zero Cost Energy Future project start today – creating nearly 50 jobs during construction.
More than 12,000 hectares of native bushland, plantation forests and conservation parks in the southern Barossa region will be available for recreational activity thanks to a network of new access trails opened today by the Marshall Liberal Government.
More than 90,000 native fish have been stocked at Myponga Reservoir, as part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s commitment to offer recreational activities at reservoirs across South Australia.
Visitors and locals in the Southern Barossa have voted with their feet to support opening the South Para Reservoir Reserve for public access, with more than 1200 people flocking to explore the site on the opening day.