Welcome to Conservation SA


Who we are

Conservation Council SA is the voice for South Australia's environment.
As the state's peak environment organisation, we represent over 50 environment related groups across SA. 
Together with our supporters we are creating a movement of people who care about our unique and precious nature, 
and who want a sustainable future for our state. 

What we do 








the Joinery


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Conservation SA is creating a new home and hub in the heart of Adelaide 2015.









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Our latest report shows we can build on our world-leading success and get to 100% renewables in just 15 years! 
Email the Premier calling for a Roadmap for 100% Renewables!
View our analysis and submissions to the Nuclear Royal Commission.
























Latest News


South Australia to face nuclear dump threat again

13 November 2015

South Australia to face nuclear dump threat again

Conservation SA today expressed its concern about the short-listing of three sites in SA for a national nuclear waste repository.


Conservation SA Annual Report 2014 - 2015


Conservation SA is pleased to release the organisation's annual report for 2014 - 2015.

The past year has been incredibly exciting and active as we’ve transformed the old bus station into the Joinery, celebrated the biggest increase in nature protection in our state in a generation and led the community debate over a truly clean energy future.

All these achievements for our environment are only possible because of the work and support of our member groups, the dedication of our executive committee, staff, representatives and volunteers, and the generosity of our donors.

Together we are working towards a better SA. Thank you to all.

You can download the report here.



Future Transport Workshop - Presentations

Future Transport Workshop - Presentations

On 22nd October, Conservation SA held a 'Future Transport Workshop' to encourage sustainability discussions amongst participants, who shared an interest in transport, land-use planning and associated technologies. This year we explored the theme, 'What would a decarbonised transport system look like?'

The presentations given by Professor Michael Taylor and Dr Gary Ellem are now available online.

'Future transport - a decarbonised transport system', presented by Prof. Michael Taylor

'Getting smart about the smart transport revolution', presented by Dr Gary Ellem


Environment Awards 2015

Nominations are now open for three Conservation Council Awards

Each year, Conservation SA runs an award process to recognise the efforts of community environmentalists.  This year, nominations for three Awards are being called for:-

Do you know someone who has made an outstanding contribution to environmental protection and deserves recognition?  Now is the time for you to nominate them for these prestigous awards or to encourage them to nominate themselves. 

Please spread the word!

This year’s winners will be announced by Sandy Pitcher, Chief Executive, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources at an Environment Awards Ceremony on Thursday 17 December 2015.

Nominations close COB Wednesday 2nd December 2015. Nomination forms are available by clicking on the relevant award above (and downloading PDF) or by contacting This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Conservation Council of South Australia

111 Franklin St

Adelaide SA 5000

phone (08) 82235155

fax (08) 82324782




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