Yorke Peninsula Fire Recovery
The Yorke Peninsula bushfire has had a serious impact on landholders and the landscape in the Yorke Peninsula region. This page lists information to help you in the recovery process after a fire on your rural property.
We'll continue to update this page with information on how the Northern and Yorke Landscape Board can assist you in recovering from a bushfire.
Northern and Yorke Landscape Board district offices:
Minlaton: 18 Main Street | Ph: (08) 8853 3880
Clare: 155 Main North Road | (08) 8841 3444
Orroroo: 17 Second Street | (08) 8658 1086
Download this form for a list of local contacts.
The Northern and Yorke Landscape Board provides support and advice to property owners impacted by fire to ensure the recovery of our landscapes and the ongoing sustainable management of properties.
- Bushfire recovery and your property - pastures and livestock, water systems, weeds, fences and erosion
- Bushfire recovery, erosion and water supply - simple ways to reduce soil erosion, in particular water runoff
- Bushfire recovery and biodiversity - actions to assist native vegetation
- Native trees in burnt areas - importance of trees, tree recovery, legalities and fallen timber
PIRSA has additional bushfire information for primary producers.
The Environmental Protection Authority provides advice on managing bushfire waste including CCA treated timber, contaminated water in rainwater tanks, chemicals and bushfire-affected animal carcasses.
The CFS has information on native vegetation management including reducing fuel strategically, constructing a fuel break or fire access track and more.
The Department for Environment and Water's Native Vegetation Unit has general information on managing native vegetation. You can also download the following fact sheet and frequently asked questions, produced by the Native Vegetation Management Unit: