News & Events


Worlds End Conservation holds monthly working bees as well as a program of field days and workshops at our properties from Autumn to Spring. All our events are open to all to enjoy.  See below for details of our 2017 events.

Pygmy Possum Revival

Worlds End Conservation has just joined the Pygmy Possum Citizen Science Project which aims to ensure the survival of the Western Pygmy Possum, a small marsupial in eastern South Australia. This endearing species is threatened by the predicted impact of temperature rise on its habitat over the next 50 years. Members of the Waterhouse Club involved in this project are building 15 pygmy possum boxes and will help us install them  on Saturday 17th April at Read Creek Hills from 10.00a.m. Then on Saturday 29th May, on our working bee weekend, we will learn how to make possum and bat boxes and possum basket nests, make them, and then install them at Hallelujah Hills. If you’d like to join in either activity or keep up with this project please email our secretary (