We are committed to managing natural resources to support ecological sustainability, vibrant communities and thriving enterprise in a changing climate. Journey through our website to learn more and find out how you can you get involved.


Pests cost us all

Pests cost us all

Help stop new pests and control the ones we have. Find out how we can help 

Land & water

Land and Water

This is one of three strategic priority areas for the Board, which takes a whole-of-landscape approach to managing soils, water resources and native vegetation for cropping, grazing and other land uses and for the benefit of ecology.

Coast & Marine

Coasts and marine

Eyre Peninsula has a third of South Australia’s coastline, stretching over 2,400 kilometres, plus 254 offshore islands. The Board’s work to help protect these habitats includes assessing threats, using fencing and other infrastructure to control access to fragile areas such as dunes and samphire wetlands and working with volunteers to identify the type and source of rubbish found on beaches throughout the region.

Towns & cities

 Town and Cities

Eyre Peninsula’s population is concentrated in the cities of Whyalla and Port Lincoln and towns along the coast, with smaller inland towns that support farming districts. The board aims to reduce the pressure that towns and cities put on natural resources by supporting the use of water sensitive urban design measures to reduce the impact of stormwater.

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