Morialta Conservation Park, Woodforde

Organised by

Friends of Black Hill and Morialta Inc


Where and when should you meet?

Morialta Resource Centre
First Falls Road, Morialta Conservation Park
Find it by turning left into the car park just before the pay station.

Street Address

First Falls Road
South Australia, 5072

Date & Time

30 August 2015
09:30 am – 12:30 pm

Contact for the day

Liz Milner
Phone: 0403 969 263

What's planned?

It is the Centenary of the declaration of Morialta as a National Pleasure Resort. Come celebrate with us!
You will be able to see the Historic Images of Morialta display.
Enjoy the talk 'Garden escapees - are you harbouring known villians?' by Katrina Warner from Natural Resources Management, Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges.
Stay for a free sausage sizzle lunch. So that we know how many people to cater for please register using the link (copy and paste link into your browser)

Join in to help restore this important frog habitat site. We will be continuing our program of improving habitat for native frogs along the creekline by removing nasturiums, tangier pea and fumitory which are coming up around the new plantings and we will be pushing the weed front down stream. Morialta has 5 different species of native frogs living in the park, we should be able to hear their calls.

What to bring

Bring a hat and wear sturdy shoes.

Morning tea will be provided and the Kiwanis Club of Athelstone will be cooking us all a free sausage sizzle lunch. If it is raining we will still go ahead, please bring a raincoat. We will have shelter nearby.

This site is:

  • Family friendly
  • Suitable for young people aged 12-18
  • Suitable for children under 12
  • Have water access
  • Dogs allowed