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Friends of
Shepherds Hill Recreation Park
South Australia

We acknowledge the Kaurna First Nation, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live, meet and work. We wish to pay respect to Elders - past, present and emerging - and acknowledge the important role all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within Australia and the community.

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About Us

23 years and counting

Established in 1999, the Friends of Shepherds Hill Recreation Park is a group of dedicated volunteers seeking to advance the environmental rehabilitation of the Park, particularly its Grey Box (E. microcarpa) grassy woodlands (a vulnerable ecosystem). The area of Shepherds Hill is and has always been a predominantly grassy woodland.

Over recent decades the incursion of weeds, particularly olive, boneseed, phalaris and ash have significantly impacted the local environment.

The work of the Friends of Shepherds Hill Recreation Park is gradually but significantly restoring the balance.

We appreciate the support of the Department of Environment & Water and the Friends of Parks SA.

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Office Bearers for 2022

President  Alan Dandie

 

Vice-President  Vacant

 

Secretary  Alan Dandie

 

Treasurer  Margo Carmichael

Publicity Officer   Vacant

 

Committee Members
Ron Miller (Work Co-ordinator), Graeme Brettig (Safety Officer), Robyn Guy, Helen Tassell, Meredith Retallack, Charles Connelly
, Mark Parnell

(Website: Bruce Lang)

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News, Fauna & Flora

There are a lot of things you can do to assist us in improving the local ecology of the Shepherds Hills Recreation Park.


From Nature Conservation to Weed Eradication, we wish to help educate you through our activities and much more. Learn more about our community activities, and be sure to join us.

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Latest News

The next scheduled working bee in Shepherds Hill Recreation Park is on Saturday, 3 December.
29/11/2022

Fauna

Reptiles, such as Alligators, have had no need to radicallly evolve over millions of years. While there are no alligators in the Park (that we are aware of), smaller magnificent reptiles and other beautiful local fauna can be observed...

Flora - hidden in plain sight

Grow to love our indigenous plants! Some may not be large and showy, but they are beautiful in their own right.

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Working Bees

Please Visit

Usually:
The 1st Saturday of each month: 9am - 12pm
(& 3rd Saturdays as well in the cooler months)

(We generally meet in the Ayliffes Road car park at 8.50 am)

Working Bees

Contact

Shepherds Hill Recreation Park, Eden Hills, SA

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