Pualco Range Conservation Park

Where is it?: Pualco Range Conservation Park is c. 57km E of Oodla Wirra or c. 62km S of Yunta.

Owner: Department for Environment and Water.

Property summary: Total area 8,877 hectares. Out of Hundred – Pieces 80-82 (Filed Plan 219194)1.

Landscape Management Region: South Australian Arid Lands

History: On 23 September 2010, Section 1399, Out of Hundreds (Olary) and Out of Hundreds (Chowilla) was proclaimed as Pualco Range Conservation Park2.

Total Species Recorded to Date: 70 (non-passerines 25, passerines 45).

Common Species: Chestnut-crowned Babbler, Grey Butcherbird, Galah, Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, Crested Pigeon

Less Common Species: Crested Bellbird, Australian Hobby, Yellow-plumed Honeyeater, Spotted Nightjar, Redthroat

 1&nbspDepartment for Environment and Water (2019). Protected Areas Information System Property Summary Report (15 March 2019). Adelaide, South Australia. p. 56. &nbsp

 2 &nbspGovernment of South Australia (2010). National Parks and Wildlife (Pualco Range Conservation Park) Proclamation 2010. South Australian Government Gazette South Australian Government Gazette 67:4932. (23 September 2010).  

Updated: 18/08/2021

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