Warren Conservation Park

Where is it?: Warren Conservation Park is c. 5 km SE of Williamstown. Access is available by walking track from Hale Conservation Park or the Tower Track through Mount Crawford Forest. Car access is available along Watts Gully Road in the SW corner.

Owner: Department of the Environment, Water and Natural Resources.

Property summary: Total area 364 hectares. Hundred of Para Wirra – Sections 118, 321, 387, 388

Natural Resources Management Region: Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges

History: The park was first proclaimed in 1966 and re-proclaimed as Warren Conservation Park  on 27 April 1972.

Habitat: The major habitat in the park is Woodland with Pink Gum (Eucalyptus fasciculosa) and Long-leaf Box (E. goniocalyx ssp. goniocalyx).

More information: DEWNR

Total Species Recorded to Date: 75 (non-passerines 27, passerines 48)

Common Species: Superb Fairywren, New Holland Honeyeater,  Crescent Honeyeater, Striated Thornbill, Australian Golden Whistler, Grey Fantail

Less Common Species: Peaceful Dove, Brown Treecreeper, Black-chinned Honeyeater, Yellow-rumped Thornbill, Buff-rumped Thornbill, White-winged Chough

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