Friends of Glenthorne warmly welcome new members and friends to assist with their conservation, restoration, and re-vegetation projects and other activities to protect Glenthorne into the future.

Enjoyment Days and Working Bees  (See Events page to see when they are)

Our Enjoyment Days at Glenthorne are usually held on the 3rd Sunday of each month.

Enjoyment days usually start at 10.00am and finish at 4.00pm.  We meet at the Majors Road Ranger’s Station gates at about 9.45am to complete the paperwork.
Late arrivals please phone Alan 0411 595 910, or Kath 0408 622 334, for gate attendance.
We usually have lunch about 12:30pm.  Suggestions of what to bring:

  • Appropriate Weather Protection Gear. (ie. Sunscreen, Hat, appropriate clothing, waterproof jacket, strong shoes/boots)
  • A chair
  • Drinking Water
  • Food and Drinks (your own – due to Covid-19 restrictions)

Things we like to do on our “Enjoyment Days”

  • Control weeds and assist in the re-vegetation efforts.
  • Support each other as local volunteers.
  • Learn to know the features of the property and identify its vegetation types.
  • Identify the different birds that visit the property.
  • Collect seeds for propagation of local provenence plants.
  • Heritage protection.

Or you may just like to come along for whatever peaceful reason you have, to simply enjoy the friendship of our wonderful group and one of the most precious places in the southern suburbs. We encourage the curious, walkers, people who like to read books under the shade of trees, those who like to meditate……and as long as the activity is friendly to the park and safe for those participating, you are welcome.


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Book – Glenthorne – A Defining History and Indefinite Politics.

Do you want to know the story of “Glenthorne” from 1839 to the present? Then order our book here.

Written by Dr. Pam Smith, Dr. Keryn Walshe, Mr. Alan Burns.

Glenthorne National Park

To see the latest news on the progress of the whole “Glenthorne National Park”, go to the Department’s website https://www.glenthorne.sa.gov.au/home

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