The 'Bounceback' program is celebrating 30 years in 2022. The program has been integral to threatened species recovery, native species reintroduction and landscape recovery across national parks and private properties across the Flinders, Olary, Gammon and Gawler Ranges. Within Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park, the program has seen a 10-fold recovery of yellow-footed rock wallaby population in the and the re-introduction of western quolls and brush-tailed possums.
Join local park rangers for an evening stroll along Wilpena Creek and look for some of the animals that call Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park home.
Who’s it for?
This event is for all ages.
What to bring:
- Enclosed footwear
- head lamp/torch
- Insect repellant
- Drinking water
- Hand sanitiser
- Personal medication
Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park - Wipena Pound Resort
Meet on the grassed area in front of resort reception/restaurant.
View meeting point on Google maps
- This event may be cancelled if severe weather or total fire ban is forecast.
- Vehicle entry fees apply within Ikara-flinders Ranges National Park and can be purchased from NPWS Sales Agents and through the NPWS website.