McLaren Flat Wetland 15km S from Adelaide CBD Where is it?: McLaren Flat Wetland is on Blewitt Springs Road near the corner of Main Road at McLaren Vale. Owner: City of Onkaparinga. Property summary: Total area <5 hectares. Hundred of Willunga – Allotment 60 (Deposited Plan 46894) 1. Landscape Region: Hills and Fleurieu History: The McLaren Flat wetland was constructed to manage water quality for stormwater from small land division. Site works were completed in 2005. Habitat: The wetlands consist of a series of interconnected ponds. The area has been planted with River Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis Total Species Recorded to Date: 27 (non-passerines 14, passerines 13) Common Species: Australasian Grebe, White-plumed Honeyeater, Magpielark, Dusky Moorhen Less Common Species: Black-faced Cuckooshrike, Hardhead, White-necked Heron, Black-tailed Nativehen References: 1 City of Onkaparinga (2019). Generic Management Plan for Natural Areas. Community Land Management Plans. [Noarlunga Centre, South Australia]. p. 12.