The Nature Foundation SA’s Hiltaba Nature Reserve Walking Trails working group excursion will be held over three days from Monday 3 to Friday 7 July 2017 (with Monday 3 & Friday 7 allocated as travelling days ex Adelaide). Bring your skills, enthusiasm and a sense of adventure.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
- Develop several walking trails
- Contribute to vital conservation and property maintenance work
- Meet ‘like-minded’ people and have fun
Hiltaba Nature Reserve is located approx 700 km north-west of Adelaide on the Eyre Peninsula (if travelling from Adelaide you’ll need to allocate a travel day each way). The 780 sq km reserve has very high biodiversity value, protecting nine species of national conservation significance and 40 species of state conservation significance.
Nature Foundation SA will provide breakfast, lunch & dinner each day (Mon - Thur) for our willing and much appreciated worker beez, with a small $60/pp charge to help cover costs. It’s BYO camping facilities or you can nominate for a bed in the Shearing Quarters (limited places). NFSA will provide equipment and personal protective gear such as gloves and safety glasses.
We’d love you to join us.
Contact Nature Foundation SA for further information or to book your place.
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Hiltaba Walking Trails working group (1065 KB)