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Glenthorne field

Open days

Find out what we heard at the Glenthorne Open Days in April and what's coming next.

More than 3,500 people visited the Glenthorne property for the first time at the Glenthorne Open Days in April. Many visitors took the opportunity to take a ranger-guided walk around the property where they learnt about Kaurna culture, heritage, revegetation work, and other parks and areas of land that will form part of the Glenthorne precinct.

A large number of visitors also took the time to provide detailed feedback to help shape the future of Glenthorne. This feedback shows an overall desire for Glenthorne National Park to be a place for park users to connect with nature in an informed, fun, educational, recreational, accessible and peaceful way.


 Some of the key themes in the feedback included:

  • Nature Play and education
  • Nature for physical and social health, mental health and well-being
  • Kaurna culture
  • Native flora and fauna
  • History and heritage

Feedback form Glenthorne Open Days

The feedback collected will now be fed into a master planning process and once draft plans are available, they will be shared with the community for further input.

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Acknowledgement of Country

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge and respect the Traditional Custodians whose ancestral lands we live and work upon and we pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge and respect the deep spiritual connection and the relationship that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to Country.

We also pay our respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their nations in South Australia, as well as those across Australia.