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175 Commercial Street W Mount Gambier 5290 SA
ph:0428 364 708
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Sand Cave is a 70ha property located five kilometres east from Struan house on the Riddoch Highway. In 2011 the bat cave and property was added to the World Heritage Naracoorte Caves National Park, which is South Australia’s only World Heritage Site. The site had undergown vast restoration work to remove invasive weeds, revegetate inland species and help in the recovery of the endangered red-tailed black cockatoo. The site is an important link to other forests in the Naracoorte Range.
Teams will be undertaking work to reduce the impact of invasive weeds which are threatening the revegetation zones. This site is not open to the public, please join us for this rare opportunity to visit the site and help in the restoration of SA’s environmental heritage.
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