Current Alerts

Port Noarlunga Reef prohibition on spearfishing

Spear fishing by hand, gun or other device is prohibited in the Port Noarlunga Reef area.This is consistent with the historical use of the Port Noarlunga Reef as a highly popular swimming location.PIRSA reminds all fishers that any form of spear fish…

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Fruit fly outbreaks in Woodville Gardens & West Hindmarsh areas

An outbreak of Queensland Fruit Fly (Q-fly) has been declared in the Woodville Gardens area following the detection of three male flies in the area on Friday 19 January 2018, and a total of 5 single flies within the previous 14 days.An outbreak of Qu…

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News - Forestry

Spotlight on South Australia's women in forestry

4 December 2017

The important role women play in agribusiness is being highlighted once again with four women from South Australia’s forestry industry profiled to help champion female participation and leadership in the sector.

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Government protects precious native vegetation in the Mid North

29 September 2017

High value native vegetation in the western part of the Wirrabara forest are being safeguarded for future generations and incorporated into the greater South Australian parks system.

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New businesses boost for Mid North

3 April 2017

The Mid North region will receive an economic boost with the establishment of a diverse range of new enterprises.

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Final purchase negotiations begin on Mid North Forests

28 September 2016

Commercial negotiations on the future use of the Mid North Forest begin today with a variety of options under consideration to boost the region’s economy and create jobs.

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More than 150 hectares replanted in Bundaleer Forest

7 July 2016

An operation to return 150 hectares of the Bundaleer Forest to pine has been completed.

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Request for proposals for the Mid North forest region

27 January 2016

The State Government has taken the next step in the process of seeking options for the potential future use of land in the Mid North forests region.

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Next stage in Mid North Forest Strategy to commence in January 2016

23 December 2015

The next stage in determining the potential future use of land in the Mid North forests region will commence in January 2016.

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Wide range of options proposed for Mid North Forests

8 September 2015

Honey production, recreation and sport activities and nature-based tourism enterprises are some of the proposals put forward by the community for the Mid North Forests.

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Mid North forests Expression of Interest released

4 August 2015

The State Government is seeking proposals for the potential future use of land in the Mid North forests region.

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Further replanting to take place at Bundaleer Forest

25 March 2015

The State Government has announced approximately 150 hectares of the historic Bundaleer Forest, south of Jamestown, will be replanted to replace tree losses from  bushfires in January 2013.

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