Bundaleer Reservoir in the state’s Mid North is now open for shore-based recreational fishers to reel in rainbow and brown trout, Murray cod, and golden and silver perch.
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The State Government has updated its water allocation policy to ensure that River Murray irrigators will receive sustainable allocations in dry years, protecting jobs and supporting local industries.
As Bridgestone World Solar Challenge competitors continue to cross the finish line in Victoria Square this Friday, South Australian and Dutch experts will explore how to turn innovative ideas into commercial successes.
Sixteen bands will perform on two stages at historic Adelaide Gaol on 11 November when the second Gaol Blues festival comes to town.
Water will be released to the Coorong and Lower Lakes throughout October to support the environment, including the River Murray’s fish, bird and frog habitats during the warmer months.
For the first time, South Australia’s national parks, gardens and heritage sites will be open for businesses and entrepreneurs to develop nature-based tourism ventures that will entice interstate and international visitors.
Walkers and cyclists should make their way to Mount Remarkable National Park to try out the new walking trail loop to the summit and a mountain biking trail network in the Willowie Forest section of the park.
SA Water is planning to invest up to $8 million to renew trunk mains in Silkes and Gorge roads in Paradise, replacing old mains taken out of service after a series of breaks last year and improving the flexibility of the area’s water supply network.
Local residents will now be able to visit the Naracoorte Caves for free under an agreement between the State Government and the Naracoorte Lucindale Council aimed at encouraging residents to re-engage with the site.
The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources is planning 49 prescribed burns across 2688 hectares of the state this spring, including 35 in the high-risk Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges region.
Additional car parks have been added at Morialta Conservation Park and a shuttle bus service will run on Sunday to ferry visitors from nearby Black Hill in order to meet the overwhelming popularity of the new play space.
World-recognised scientist and researcher in the science of learning Professor Martin Westwell has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the SACE Board of South Australia.