Traditional owners to manage Flinders Ranges National Park

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An agreement has been reached to give Flinders Ranges traditional owners, the Adnyamathanha people, a greater role in running the national park.

Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association chairman Vince Coulthard says the agreement will let them use more traditional techniques to manage the national park.

56 kilometres of the Heysen Trail passes through the national park, from the southern edge of Wilpena Pound through to Aroona Campsite.

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