Mimbara Conservation Park

Where is it?: Mimbara Conservation Park is 25km NE of Robertstown. It’s boundaries are Thomas Road in the north, Eagle Hawke Gate Road on the east, Burra Creek in the south and Worlds End Station on the west.

Owner: Department of the Environment, Water and Natural Resources

Property summary: Total area 2176 hectares. Hundred of Bright – Section 223, Allotments 100 and 101 (Deposited Plan 92164)

Natural Resources Management Region: Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin

History: Mimbara Conservation Park was proclaimed on 26 March 2015 

Habitat: The following habitats can be found within the park

  • Open Mallee – Beaked Red Mallee (Eucalyptus socialis) +/- Yorrell (E. gracilis) with an understorey of saltbushes, bluebushes (Atriplex spp., Maireana spp.)
  • Shrubland – Lobe-leafed Hopbush (Dodonaea lobulata)
  • Tall Shrubland – Sheepbush (Geijera linearifolia)

Total Species Recorded to Date: 46 (non-passerines 15, passerines 31)

Common Species: Galah, Spotted Pardalote, Weebill, Yellow-rumped Thornbill, Australian Magpie, White-winged Chough

Less Common Species: Common Bronzewing, Mulga Parrot, +Brown Treecreeper, Grey Butcherbird, Black-winged Currawong

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