On Tuesday 28 September Nature Play SA, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Green Adelaide and the Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park are running a series of walks through Scott Creek Conservation Park. The morning session is aimed at families and afternoon sessions will explore fire-affected areas.

Into the wild: a walk where bandicoots dig and blue wrens sing

Explore the unique world of nature. We’ll discover tracks and traces of marsupials such as endangered Southern Brown Bandicoots; learn bird calls; observe native orchids; and hear fascinating stories from some unique flora and fauna found in Scott Creek Conservation Park.

Times: 9.00am – 10.00am 10.30am – 11.30am
Location: Almanda Mine carpark, Dorset Vale Road
Cost: $5 + GST and Booking fee
Booking essential as walks are capped.

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From the ashes: a walk in to explore fire recovery in Scott Creek Conservation Park

Tour post-fire grounds where we will explore concepts of: fire ecology; colonising species; changes in habitat composition; and what the future looks like for the biodiversity of Scott Creek Conservation Park.

Times: 12.00 to 1.15pm, 1.45pm to 3.00pm, 3.30pm to 4.45pm
Location: Follow directional signs from Almanda Mine carpark, Dorset Vale Road
Cost: $10 + GST and Booking fee
Booking essential as walks are capped.

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