The Conservation and Land Management program aims at maintaining, improving and developing the natural environment of Burnside.
Many volunteers help directly with the management of the natural heritage of Burnside.
Many native vegetation sites in City of Burnside have been marked using the Native Vegetation Marker Scheme. The markers are located at reserve entry or at intervals around the perimeters. The Native Vegetation Markers alert staff, contractors and park users to the significance of the site.
Michael Perry Botanic Reserve in Stonyfell is one of our most iconic reserves and is well used by walkers who enjoy the trail along Second Creek. The reserve was created in the 1970s after subdivision of the historic Clifton Estate, one of South Australia’s most historic homesteads.
This plan will guide the future management of bushfire risk, nature conservation and the efficient and effective use of Council resources.
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Tusmore SA 5065
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