Telowie Gorge Conservation Park

Where is it?: Telowie Gorge Conservation Park is located 25km NE of Port Pirie  in the Southern Flinders Ranges.

Owner: Department for Environment and Water

Property summary: Total area 1967 hectares. Hundred of Telowie – Sections 328, 439, 491 and 515.

Natural Resources Management Region: Natural Resources Northern and Yorke

History: The park was first proclaimed on 3 September 1970. It was re-proclaimed as Telowie Gorge Conservation Park on 27 April 1972. Sections 328 and 515 were added on 13 September 2018.

Habitat:

More information: DEW

Total Species Recorded to Date: 105 (non-passerines 43, passerines 62)

Common Species: Purple-backed (Variegated) Fairywren, Singing Honeyeater, Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, Grey Shrikethrush, Silvereye

Less Common Species: Painted Buttonquail, Spotted Nightjar, Red-backed Kingfisher, Grey-fronted Honeyeater, White-winged Triller

 

Updated: 12/05/2019

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