Visitors can hand-feed koalas at Cleland Wildlife Park in a new behind-the-scenes tour aimed at encouraging international tourists to add the iconic Adelaide attraction to their Australian itineraries.
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Hikers and mountain bike riders will welcome dog walkers and horse riders to our state parks as they spread the “I Share My Trail” message in a campaign launch today.
Grant funding is available for infrastructure projects that will boost investment in South Australia’s resource recovery and recycling industry.
SA Water’s largest water storage tank will receive a $21.6 million upgrade in a project that is expected to create 250 jobs and help continue to deliver quality water to more than 100,000 residents in Adelaide’s north-east.
South Australians are invited to vote for their favourite photograph of shipwrecks and maritime heritage among the stunning visual entries in the Sea Pixels competition.
South Australia’s whale watching season has officially started with two Southern Right Whales recently spotted at the Head of Bight.
Thousands of Giant Australian Cuttlefish are on their way to Whyalla – and South Australians are encouraged to book their spot to snorkel with experienced instructors and see the annual migration of these colourful creatures.
South Australia’s world-class compost industry is on show during the 2017 Australian Organics Recycling Association (AORA) national conference in Adelaide this week.
Riverland residents can help decide how to allocate $200,000 worth of funding to improve the health and resilience of the River Murray’s wetlands, floodplains and backwaters by voting for their favourite project online.
The South Australian Government has called for climate change to be an ongoing part of the COAG agenda and again urged the Federal Government to introduce an Emissions Intensity Scheme (EIS) across the National Electricity Market.
Parks and reserves from Klemzig to Glenunga will be greener under an innovative new stormwater re-use scheme that will also create new wetlands for our communities.
Ten local government organisations will receive more than $745,000 in State Government funding to encourage food waste recycling.