Mount Magnificent Conservation Park

Where is it?: Mount Magnificent Conservation Park is c. 8km NE of Mount Compass between Blackfellows Creek Road and Mount Magnificent Road.

Owner: Department for Environment and Water

Property summary: Total area 90 hectares. Hundred of Kondoparinga – Section 95, Hundred of Kuitpo – Sections 293 and 931, Hundred of Myponga – Section 765

Natural Resources Management Region: Natural Resources South Australian Murray-Darling Basin

History: This park was first proclaimed in 1967 and re-proclaimed on 27 April 1972 as Mount Magnificent Conservation Park. Sections 95, 765 and 931 were added on 19 July 2018.

Habitat: The vegetation is Open Forest consisting of Messmate Stringybark (Eucalyptus obliqua) +/- Brown Stringy bark (E. baxteri) +/- Pink Gum (E. fasciculosa) +/- Cup Gum (E. cosmophylla). Understorey plants include Yacca (Xanthorrhoea semiplana ssp. semiplana), Golden Wattle (Acacia pycnantha), Myrtle Wattle (A. myrtifolia), Desert Banskia (Banskia ornata) and Large-leaf Pea Bush (Pultenaea daphnoides).

Total Species Recorded to Date: 91 (non-passerines 41, passerines 50)

Common Species: White-throated Treecreeper, Superb Fairywren, New Holland Honeyeater, Striated Thornbill, Australian Magpie

Less Common Species: Elegant Parrot, White-faced Heron, Yellow-rumped Thornbill, Black-faced Cuckooshrike, Willie Wagtail, Rufous Whistler

 

Updated: 12/05/2019

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