Morialta Falls June 2006.
COVID-19 Coronavirus response update: 25 March 2020 We hope that you and your loved ones are safe, well and managing in this time of global crisis. As the COVID-19 situation is rapidly changing it is also changing how we do things on the ground. We are acutely aware of the importance of getting out in nature for many people's wellbeing and we have been working hard with the department to facilitate that in a safe manner.
Whilst we have had event protocols in place for the past week to ensure we were socially distancing correctly the latest round of announcements have left us in no position but to cancel all events until further notice.
Listen to our President talking on the Biology Society of South Australia websiteHosted by Bradley Bianco.
For more information :
- Check our Diary Dates for upcoming events.
- Find out about our Free A Tree Initiative
- Make a donation
- Become a member.
- Contact the friends.
- Listen to Park Friends podcasts.
The Friends of Black Hill and Morialta's purpose is to conserve, protect and restore our environment by:
- Organising and managing a group under the Friends of Parks scheme specifically focused on the interests of Morialta, Black Hill and Horsnell Gully Conservation Parks;
- Fostering a public interest in the conservation, protection and preservation of natural and heritage assets of Reserves;
- Working in partnership with the Department's staff to further the interests of the Reserves;
- Providing voluntary assistance to the Department;
- Planning and implementing projects intended to conserve and preserve natural and heritage assets in Reserves;
- Raising funds to resource activities designed to further the objectives of the association;
- Conducting research and field investigation to record natural assets, people and places including events of historical interest relevant to Reserves;
- Cooperating with persons or organisations having similar aims or like interests excluding support for registered political parties.
About the Parks
Backdrop to the Adelaide PlainsSpectacular scenery, conservation of natural lands, along with our indigenous flora and fauna, combine in Black Hill, Morialta and Horsnell Gully Conservation Parks. They also provide opportunities in an outdoor setting for recreation for park visitors. Together they form a major open space along the foothills that is the Adelaide Hills Face Zone.
- 18 January 2020
* Ghost Tree Gully Project 2019 project report added.
* Ambers Gully Project 2019 project report added.
- 21 January 2020
* Membership and Donations page Note about our tax deductible status added.
* Pylon Track Project 2019 project report added.
- 22 January 2020
* Colonial Track project A new page for our new project site.
- 24 January 2020
* Third Falls Track project 2019 project report added.
* Crag Care project 2019 project report added.
- 25 January 2020
* First Falls project 2019 project report added.
* Fourth Creek project 2019 project report added.
- 26 January 2020
* Diary Dates this page is being worked on to revise the way our events are presented.
- 21 March 2020
* COVID-19 update
- 25 March 2020
* COVID-19 update