Ettrick Conservation Park

Where is it?: Ettrick Conservation Park is c. 35km NE of Murray Bridge at the corner of Boundary and Glenburr Roads.

Owner: Department of the Environment, Water and Natural Resources

Property summary: Total area 479 hectares. Hundred of Ettrick – Allotment 99 (Deposited Plan 26809)

Landscape Management Region: Murraylands and Riverland

History: Ettrick Conservation Park was proclaimed on 31 October 2013.

Habitat: The area is mostly Low Very Open Woodland with Mallee Box (Eucalyptus porosa) with Dryland Tea-tree (Melaleuca lanceolata).

Total Species Recorded to Date: 65 (non-passerines 17, passerines 48)

Common Species: Mallee Ringneck, Galah, Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, Spotted Pardalote, White-browed Babbler, White-winged Chough, 

Less Common Species: Peaceful Dove, Purple-backed Fairywren, Splendid Fairywren, Grey Butcherbird, Black-faced Cuckooshrike, Gilbert’s Whistler

Updated: 20/01/2022

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