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Enjoyment Day - Sunday, the 18th of August!

NOTE: Time of access – 10.00am to 4:00pm on the Sunday.

The forcast for Sunday has a high possibility for Rain/Showers (about 10mm of rain).  This will not deter us, and we will be very busy planting the remainder of our 2019 plantings. weed control (hand weeding around plants and brush cutting) and guarding and mulching plants previously planted.

Be sure to bring your warm and water-proof gear. We will have some portable Pergolas to provide shelter us during our AMAZING afternoon tea.

Other things you may like to bring:

Things to do at Glenthorne:

To find us, go through the Main Gates on Majors Rd, Say "Hi" to the Security Guard on the way through.  Go down the entrance road into the property (heading south) until you reach the large pine tree near the Old Barn. (A Bitumen Parking area is available by turning right at the large pine tree and following the road to behind the old CSIRO buildings). Once you are at the large pine tree, follow the road through the gate, along the dirt track, to where you will see our vehicles and equipment.

As always on a property with Gates, Please always leave gates as you find them. If open then leave them open, if closed, then close them after you go through.

Visitors are always welcome, and we are happy to show people around our revegetation sites and the heritage structures later in the day after Afternoon Tea.

Please call Alan on 0411 595 910 if you have any difficulties but there will be volunteers at the gate around 10 am.

If you are coming along, please respect the property and its wildlife and we hope you enjoy your visit.


Glenthorne National Park Update


NR AMLR Volunteer Celebration Day

Did you miss last year's day?  Get in early and Registration now for this year’s 2019 volunteer celebration.

Sunday 29 September, 10 am – 3 pm.  at Marble Hill, SA.

Join the "Natural Resources - Adelaide & Mount Lofty Ranges" managment board for a day of learning, meeting new people, catching up with old friends and plenty of fun!
Join in three, 30-minute workshops, such as plant propagation, Kaurna cultural carving and wildlife monitoring. Get in quick to secure your top three picks!

Volunteer groups celebrating major milestones will also be recognised at the event.

Together we will celebrate the passion and achievement of volunteers who are conserving and restoring the unique environment across the region.
For more information and Registration  Registrations are Essential, so click here


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