• upper slopes of the escarpment

Whoever rehabilitates these hills needs no further monument” – Thomas Gill 1905

The Waite Conservation Reserve is noted as one of the largest and best surviving examples of Grey Box Grassy Woodland in South Australia. Home to more than 200 species of native plants as well as kangaroos, koalas and echidnas, it is a valuable asset to the University of Adelaide and the people of South Australia.

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