what we do

We make nature smile

We hold three working bees each week so come and join us. You will be very welcome. Just fill out the membership form below.

The Friends have a yearly program, which
includes: –
Working B’s (weekdays and weekends)
– feral plant control, revegetation,
erosion control, seed collecting,
walking trail maintenance, etc.
Scientific research including study of
native flora and fauna.
General meetings with guest speakers, these meetings are held on the first Tuesday evening of each month located at the Old Noarlunga Institute, Patapinda Rd, Old Noarlunga, at 7:30pm.
Monthly newsletter
Fund raising and publicity
Researching the history and heritage
of the Park.
Involvement with Water Watch, Salt
Watch, Frog Watch and KESAB.
Social activities – walks, camps, visits
to other parks, etc.
Bird watching
Community involvement
Meetings and activities of the Friends are
free, and members of the public are most
The Friends, and individual members, have
been recognised for their work in
conservation by a number of awards in the
community and within National Parks.

some cool facts

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