Introducing Myponga Beach, Our Latest Restoration Site

We’re excited to announce our latest restoration site, Myponga Beach, located on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

This 110 hectare property is privately owned by the Planet A Group, with 45 hectares now enclosed within a herbivore exclusion fence. Over the next 5 years, this area will be gradually restored to become Sheoak Grassy Woodland to provide habitat for the region’s declining woodland birds, and importantly form the largest patch of this plant community on the Fleurieu Peninsula!

The first phase of the site’s restoration began in 2023 and has been ramping up with the construction of a dedicated Seed Orchard to supply the project with a wide diversity of understorey species. Sheoak Grassy Woodlands are an endangered plant community in South Australia, having once been extensive on shallow soiled hilltops and near-coastal settings. Prized for its wood and the land they once occupied, Sheoak Woodlands are now largely absent from the landscape.

This is a collaboration between Human.Kind, Planet A Group, The Circular Initiative and Bio·R.

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