Conservation SA works to increase awareness and engagement in South Australia's environmental challenges and solutions, and to promote a more sustainable future for our state.

Our Work

Reef Watch

Reef Watch is a multi-award winning citizen science program in which volunteers work with marine scientists to gather quality information that contributes to management of our marine environment.
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Fleurieu Peninsula Swamps and Mount Lofty Ranges Southern Emu-wren Recovery Program

For over 20 years we have worked to protect the endangered Mount Lofty Ranges Southern Emu-wren, found only on the Fleurieu Peninsula. We work with landholders and other agencies in the management and research of the unique and critically endangered Fleurieu Peninsula swamps, habitat of the Southern Emu-wren.
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100% Renewable

There is a global energy revolution underway and South Australia is at the forefront of it.
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Nuclear

While the proposal to build an international high level radioactive waste dump in SA is "dead", our state still faces the prospect of the Federal government's national radioactive waste management facility for low and intermediate level waste, despite state legislation clearly opposing such a facility. Join the campaign for a fair and responsible process for the management of Australia's most hazardous wast
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Nature of SA

Thinking differently about nature conservation. What can we do to conserve as much of South Australia’s biodiversity as possible? What should we keep doing? What should we stop doing? What do we need to tweak? And what new things can we do?
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Rays and Sharks in South Australia

Together we can protect rays and sharks in SA!
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Adelaide Sustainability Centre

Located on the ground floor of Conservation SA's home base, The Joinery, the Adelaide Sustainability Centre aims to inform, inspire and connect communities to create a sustainable future and to protect our natural environment.
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Fire Management

The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR) on behalf of the State Bushfire Coordination Committee (SBCC) are looking for your input into the identification of environmental assets most at risk from bushfire so we can plan to protect them. By working together we can make the identification and assessment process as comprehensive as possible.
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Nature and Wellbeing

Nature and Wellbeing Australia use an evidence-based approach for providing experiences in, with and for nature.
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Contact Conservation SA on (08) 8223 5155, general@conservationsa.org.au, or at our offices at the Joinery at 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide.

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