Worlds End Conservation currently owns and manages two properties comprising almost 1000 hectares of rare native grasslands in the Hallelujah Hills of the Mid-North of South Australia.
Worlds End Conservation organises regular field days and working bees on both its properties for those interested to take part in nature-based activities such as bird watching, nature photography, and low impact bush-walking. For details of events please click here.
Worlds End Conservation continues to encourage research on its properties by appropriate groups and agencies. Access to the property for research is by appointment or invitation for the implementation of baseline monitoring programs, the protection of sites of significance and natural attributes, and to address any risk issues that are inherent with this property.
We are also interested in gathering any local knowledge of the cultural history of our properties and, wherever practical, to use this to both improve our management and increase the appreciation of neighbours and others for these special places.