Bangham Conservation Park

Where is it?: Bangham Conservation Park is located 45 km north east of Naracoorte and is bounded by the Bordertown – Frances road on the west and the Bordertown – Naracoorte railway line on the east.

Owner: Department of the Environment, Water and Natural Resources

Property summary: Total area 869 hectares. Hundred of Geegeela, Section 4, Allotment 1 (Deposited Plan 78796)

Landscape Management Region: Limestone Coast

History: Section 4 was proclaimed on 22 November 1973. Allotment 1 was added to the park on 18 February 2010.

Habitat: Three major associations have been identified:

  • South Australian Blue Gum (Eucalyptus leucoxylon) open forest – woodland;
  • River Red Gum (E. camaldulensis) – in areas subject to inundation; and
  • Brown Stringybark (E. baxteri) open forest – low open forest.

More information: DEWNR

Total Species Recorded to Date: 135 (non-passerines 66, passerines 69)

Common Species: Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, Crimson Rosella, White-throated Treecreeper, Brown Treecreeper, Superb Fairywren, Tawny-crowned Honeyeater, Red Wattlebird, Black-chinned Honeyeater,

Less Common Species: Little Corella, Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, Blue-faced Honeyeater, White-fronted Chat, Crested Bellbird, Hooded Robin, Grey-crowned Babbler

Updated: 9/01/2022

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