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Eastern EP Opuntia control success

13 December 2023

A range of Opuntia species have been successfully targeted in the Eastern Eyre Peninsula area through the release of a biocontrol agent.

Waterhole management important for dry conditions

06 December 2023

Soaks, springs and waterholes exist through many Eyre Peninsula farming areas and are important sources of water for stock and farm use – even more so during dry times like our current El Niño weather pattern.

Hooded Plovers discovered inland

29 November 2023

A pair of Hooded Plovers have been discovered nesting inland - the first time our staff have seen local nesting away from the coast.

Rare native plant discovery

12 October 2023

The rare native plant Orobanche cernua var. australiana (Australian broomrape), has been found recently at two locations near Whyalla, and its host plant has been discovered in the process.

Coastal saltmarsh works completed to protect marine sanctuary

21 September 2023

The Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board and National Parks and Wildlife Service SA have combined forces to protect land-based habitats buffering the Cowleds Landing Marine Sanctuary Zone and at the same time, enhance visitor experience to key areas at Eight-Mile Creek and Murripi Beach.

New staff, priority pests & more

14 September 2023

Meet our new Wudinna Landscape Officer and see what we've been working on including pest plant control and bushland monitoring.

Demand for lower EP Fox bait distribution

31 August 2023

With a high demand for fox baits at the moment in our lower Eyre Peninsula region, we’re going to hold another distribution week with collection available in Port Lincoln and Cummins next week.