A healthy and prosperous land for all
About the project
Marna Banggara is an ambitious project that aims to restore southern Yorke Peninsula’s spectacular landscape by returning locally-extinct species and reinvigorating the ecological processes that ensure the bushland’s health. It is the first project in Australia to apply these rewilding principles in a working landscape, where conservation, agriculture and the community exist side-by-side. The project is expected to provide flow-on benefits to farm production and in time, become a drawcard for tourists.
News & Events
A small marsupial reintroduced to South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula after being locally-extinct for more than 100 years is now thriving in its new home in Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park.
Hardworking but often elusive, malleefowl are seen by few people.... read more of Malleefowl surprise for volunteers as count remains stable on previous year
Cat owners across Yorke Peninsula are urged to keep their pets secured at home after a domestic cat ... read more of The bell tolls for native species with domestic cat spotted roaming