The Friends of the Heysen Trail 2019 calendar is currently being compiled and we need your photos!
Win a free calendar!
Submit some of your photos for the 2019 calendar to be in the running for a free copy.
There is a maximum of four photos per person. If your photo is selected for inclusion in the calendar, you will receive a complimentary copy.
Photos need to be landscape shaped and meet minimum technical requirements, generally a 7 mega pixel camera on the highest image quality setting.
Closing date for contributions is September 19th.
Email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
Email size can be up to 25MB (however your email provider may not allow emails of that size).
Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby at Buckaringa Wildlife Sanctuary in the Flinders Ranges.
The Buckaringa Sanctuary will be temporarily towards the end of August. As the Heysen Trail passes through the sanctuary, we advise walkers to consider the closure if planning to walk in the area.
The planned closure is:
- Friday evening 24 August to Monday morning 27 August 2018.
The closure is because the Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) will be undertaking feral animal control in the sanctuary. The sanctuary is home to many Yellow-footed Rock-wallabies.
The sanctuary is located between Quorn and Hawker. You can find it on map 6, chapter 4, of the Heysen Trail Northern Guidebook and on Sheet Map 7b – Dutchmans Stern Conservation Park to Mernmerna Creek.
AWC will place closure signs at all entry points to the sanctuary to warn walkers of the danger.