Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park


The Friends are a small but dedicated group of volunteers who are working to restore native habitat within Scott Creek Conservation Park for the benefit of our local plants and wildlife.


Regular activities include managing weeds that smother and out-compete native plants, bird banding, which contributes data on birds within the park to the Biological Data Base of SA, and surveying and monitoring the flora and fauna of the park.

If you are looking for an opportunity to take meaningful action for nature conservation, come along and join us in this beautiful part of the Adelaide Hills.

The group has a wealth of knowledge and experience that we are happy to share with anybody interested in helping out.


Anyone wanting information about the group or park, or wanting to get involved in any of the Friends’ activities, can contact Peter Watton on 0427010949 or go to All working bees meet at the 9.00am at the Almanda Car Park on Dorset Vale Road (unless there is a MLR fire ban or very wet weather).

Programme of activities


Tue 3 Working bee
Sun 8 Working bee
Sat, Sun 14, 15 Bird banding
Sat 28 Working bee