We all know how cute young animals are, especially new born lambs frolicking after their mums.
It can be distressing for walkers to see what looks like abandoned lambs, out in the fields.
It is tempting to “rescue” them!
Rarely do the mothers abandon their young, however if you pick them up, they almost certainly will.
Please leave all livestock alone.
Join the Friends of the Heysen Trail …
Become a Member before 31st May and your name goes into the draw to win a 2-day guided walk on the Heysen Trail and overnight accommodation at Heysen’s Rest B&B.
Tell your friends and ‘get out on the Trail with the Friends‘.
Financial members of the Friends of the Heysen Trail
• Support the ongoing maintenance and greening of South Australia’s premier walking trail.
• Participate in an extensive 2018 walks programme.
• Receive our full-colour 32-page Trailwalker magazine delivered to your letterbox quarterly.
• Get retail discounts on maps and books at the Friends of the Heysen Trail office in Pirie St. or online.
• Discounts at many well-known outdoor and camping shops around Adelaide.
We have a range of membership options to suit individuals, families and groups:
Become a Friend of the Heysen Trail. The easiest way is to join online. Simply go to the Friends of the Heysen website
What the lucky winner receives:
The names of all new financial members will go into the draw for a 2-day guided tour along the Heysen Trail with accommodation for two adults at Heysen Rest B&B, Myponga.
The accommodation includes complimentary beer and wine, and provisions for a cooked breakfast. The prize includes drop off at the end of your guided walk and pick up next morning from your accommodation.
The prize must be redeemed in the 12-month period following the closing date of the competition. Accommodation is limited to two adults, although the winners can bring family and guests on the guided walk.
Competition closes Thursday 31st May 2018. The winner will be drawn at random in the Friends of the Heysen Trail office in Pirie Street. The winner will be notified.