Take some time to look around our website and learn about Adelaide’s biodiversity, find out which local native plants grow in your suburb, and help us to conserve our wonderful and unique local environment by getting involved in some important biodiversity conservation projects happening across Greater Adelaide.
*We have sold out of Grey Box Day plant packs, thank you for conserving the Grey Box Grassy Woodlands!!*
Click the link above to find out about our upcoming events, biodiversity bushwalks and other opportunities to volunteer. Grey Box Day is June 1st find out more about how you can be involved in conserving Grey Box Grassy Woodlands or participating on the day with an information stall.
Conserving Adelaide's Biodiversity
Unfortunately, habitat destruction and fragmentation has caused significant biodiversity loss, with many local native species under threat. That’s why biodiversity conservation and management is so crucial to protect and restore a healthy, sustainable local environment for current and future generations... and you can help! The Urban Biodiversity Unit supports the vision that Greater Adelaide is recognised as a clean, green city leading in ecological sustainability.
This website has been developed with support from the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board and the Australian Government.