Grasslands Field Trip - Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi

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Give us your feedback about this self-guided trail designed for you to imagine, observe and explore.

Background

Did you know that we are looking after a threatened ecological community right in the heart of the city?

The fenced area in Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi was part of a Grey Box (Eucalypus macrocarpa) SA Blue Gum (Eucalyptus leucoxylon) grassy woodland that once extended through the south Park Lands, and is now managed by the Biodiversity on-ground team. You can read more about biodiversity in this site and throughout the City of Adelaide by clicking here.

Project Information

We have created a pop-up interpretive trail in Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi which blends nature and history where our community can explore one of Adelaide’s most unique natural habitats.

Throughout the school holidays we encourage families to grab a free activity book and follow the signs to explore this area!

Booklets can be picked up from the Customer Centre (25 Pirie St), Adelaide Community Centres, SA Museum or cafes in Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi from Saturday 6th October.

You can also download the booklet here.

If you visit the Grasslands site throughout this time, we are interested to hear from you!

Give us your feedback about this self-guided trail designed for you to imagine, observe and explore.

Background

Did you know that we are looking after a threatened ecological community right in the heart of the city?

The fenced area in Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi was part of a Grey Box (Eucalypus macrocarpa) SA Blue Gum (Eucalyptus leucoxylon) grassy woodland that once extended through the south Park Lands, and is now managed by the Biodiversity on-ground team. You can read more about biodiversity in this site and throughout the City of Adelaide by clicking here.

Project Information

We have created a pop-up interpretive trail in Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi which blends nature and history where our community can explore one of Adelaide’s most unique natural habitats.

Throughout the school holidays we encourage families to grab a free activity book and follow the signs to explore this area!

Booklets can be picked up from the Customer Centre (25 Pirie St), Adelaide Community Centres, SA Museum or cafes in Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi from Saturday 6th October.

You can also download the booklet here.

If you visit the Grasslands site throughout this time, we are interested to hear from you!

  • Feedback form closes at 5pm, Monday 05 November 2018.

    You will be asked to login to your user account before providing your feedback.

    Please ensure your profile is up to date with your latest contact details.

    If you need some help on the registration process please read this handy guide here.

    Feedback form closes at 5pm, Monday 05 November 2018.

    You will be asked to login to your user account before providing your feedback.

    Please ensure your profile is up to date with your latest contact details.

    If you need some help on the registration process please read this handy guide here.

    Consultation has concluded