We're creating a new national park and opening our reservoirs for recreational use.

Key progress to date for Glenthorne National Park includes open days held for the public, the official transfer of land being signed, a new ranger station built, as well as the unveiling of the draft master plan.

And we've already opened a number South Australian reservoir reserves to the public for recreational use, including Myponga, South Para, Bundaleer and Mt Bold Reservoirs. The range of activities open varies among reservoirs, and includes hiking, cycling, picnicking, kayaking and/or fishing.

Page last updated: 12 December 2019