Our members are from all walks of life, with a fairly high proportion of folk who have retired and live near the park.

Our meetings are held every second month, on the second Thursday of the month. They are friendly and informal gatherings and we have guest speakers, and social outings every so often to add interest to things.

Details of our meetings and working bees can be found in our always interesting bi-monthly newsletter
"Bandicoot Tails"

Where is Scot Creek Conservation Park?

The Park is situated 28 kilometers from Adelaide. The park has many fire tracks which double as excellent walking trails and the ridge tracks give superb views of steep heavily wooded slopes and gullies. The many seasonal creeks give rise to an enormous variety of native fauna species.

The fire tracks are clearly sign posted and will take you though some interesting and varied country including open woodland; grassland; historic ruins; there are several mines; and walks beside the beautiful Scott Creek itself. We have included some maps to give you an idea of the park's tracks and access points.

However, the park has no facilities, so it's best to bring water with you. Wear walking boots and a good hat. Some of the walks are steep, but there are also easy ones too.

Dogs, bicycles, horses and camping aren't permitted in the park., though you'll often find them in there, despite this.

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The Scott Creek Bird Guild has sold well. Contact our illustrious president Tom Hands president@friendsofscottcreek.org for information on how to get a copy.

Scott Creek Bird Guide