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
Hardworking but often elusive, malleefowl are seen by few people.
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
A lucky visitor to Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park captured photos of a young brush-tailed betto... read more of Yalgi spotted at Inneston
Seven commercial flights landed in Adelaide last week with some unusual passengers - a group of tiny... read more of Bettongs on board: tiny marsupials fly interstate to new home in South Australia