Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health Alert

Temporary Office Closure

Due to COVID-19, the Two Wells Service Centre will be closed until further notice.

Council’s principal office at Mallala remains open however in light of the Prime Minister’s recommendation to stay at home and self-isolate as much as possible, and to only leave the house for essential reasons, we continue to encourage customers to consider alternatives to visiting Council’s offices to request a service:

telephone on 8527 0200
email at info@apc.sa.gov.au
website at www.apc.sa.gov.au

COVID-19 Information

If you are concerned about COVID-19 go to the Australian Government Department of Health website for the latest medical advice and official reports by clicking here www.health.gov.au/.

For information relating to Adelaide Plains Council please visit www.apc.sa.gov.au/our-council/coronavirus-covid-19

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International Bird Sanctuary

The Mallala coastline is also a place of high environmental importance. Our beaches, tidal creeks and sabkahs provide suitable habitat for thousands of migratory and resident shorebirds and is an important terminal summer feeding area the migratory shorebirds.  Large areas of saltmarsh and mangroves are important for areas for fish, reptiles and birds such as the rare Samphire Thornbill.

In 2013, coastal land within the Adelaide Plains Council was identified for inclusion within a 60 kilometre bird sanctuary stretching along Adelaide’s northern coast.

International Bird Sanctuary Website

Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary Goes Virtual

To celebrate the 2019 Adelaide Shorebird and Dolphin Festival, NRM Education is pleased to launch the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary (AIBS) - Winaityinaityi Pangkara - Virtual Tour. The online tour uses 360° photographs (called photospheres) to showcase the range of habitats and features that can be found within the sanctuary. Key locations featured in the tour include Thompson Beach, Port Gawler and St. Kilda.

The virtual tour has been created as a resource for educators (but is also applicable and useful for the general public) to assist with student learning in the outdoors. Each 360° photosphere contains information specific to the site, links and suggestions for further resources and a set of provocation questions. The provocation questions are designed to get students critically thinking, researching and discussing issues relevant to the AIBS and further afield. Educators can use the virtual tour as a pre and post excursion resource. It is also a great resource for students to use in the classroom who may be unable to travel to the AIBS in person.

Click here to view the virtual tour.