Locals Encouraged to Explore States National Parks

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Locals are being encouraged to get out and explore the state’s parks, as school holidays begin and COVID-19 restrictions continue to be eased.

It comes as a new digital campaign has been launched titled “You can… in Parks” which highlights all of the opportunities that exist for South Australians to enjoy the great outdoors which we have on our doorstep.

The campaign coincides with the start of school holidays and the public reopening of Flinders Chase National Park on Kangaroo Island, following the summer’s devastating bushfires.

Minister for Environment and Water David Speirs said recent visitor statistics showed South Australian parks have proved to be very popular throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

“The way we go about everyday life has significantly changed but South Australians continue to look for open space to safely exercise and undertake recreational activities,” said Minister Speirs.









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