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South Australia

Our reserves in South Australia protect a total area of 279,700 hectares.


Established: 2006
Area: 63,000 ha
Location: 100km west of Broken Hill

Open mulga woodlands and natural waterholes support species such as Blue Bonnets and Red-backed Kingfishers. Down on the saltbush plains are Orange Chats, Chirruping Wedgebills and large flocks of Emus. Set against the dramatic Olary Ranges.

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Dome Rock. Photo Wayne Lawler/EcoPix.

Bon Bon Station

Established: 2008
Area: 216,700 ha
Location: 650km north west of Adelaide

At around 70km long and 30km across this former cattle station is the size of Sydney. Its desert landscape is dotted with shimmering salt lakes, wetlands, myall trees and pearl bluebush. Sits between the Great Victoria Desert and the saltpan lakes of Eyre, Torrens and Gairdner.

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A Western Myall tree. Photo Julia Harris.