Publications

Scott Creek history book – from Settlement to Conservation
Scott Creek, Adelaide Hills history,  book on the history of the Adelaide Hills, Marie Seiner, Mackereth Cottage, Almanda Mine Site

This publication is back by popular demand. It provides a history of the Scott Creek Conservation Park area, written by historian Marie Steiner.

Discover the interesting history of European settlement in what is now Scott Creek Conservation Park! From farming to mining to soldier settlements, schools, cemetery and economic hardship. Along with oral histories of past residents, it makes for interesting reading.

Price: $13 including postage.

All proceeds support the volunteer activities of the Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park.

Purchasing enquiries: treasurer@friendsofscottcreekcp.org.au

Payment can also be made online or at a BankSA branch, see instructions at the bottom of the page.


Scott Creek Conservation Park – A South Australian Biodiversity Hotspot
Scott Creek Conservation Park book, conservation Adelaide Hills,
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This book celebrates our first 25 years of caring for the Park and showcases local birds, flora, insects, fungi, animals etc. Over 50 pages with photos and illustrations.

Find out about the Park’s history, its biodiversity value (such as 600+ native plant species and 132 bird species), the ongoing efforts to conserve its treasures and regenerate its creeklines for future generations, along with a map of its walking tracks.

Price: $20 including postage.

All proceeds support the volunteer activities of the Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park.

Purchasing enquiries: treasurer@friendsofscottcreekcp.org.au

Payment can also be made online or at a BankSA branch, see instructions at the bottom of the page.


Birds of scott creek conservation park
birds of the Adelaide Hills, birds of the scott creek conservation park, birdwatching in the Adelaide Hills

This is a colourful and handy brochure that contains a full list of the common and less common birds that have been observed in the Park. The Mt Lofty Ranges conservation status is also provided.

The many beautiful photos will help you to identify the birds you see in the Park.

Keep a brochure in your glove box for when you visit the Park!

We are always interested to hear about birds you have seen but are not on the list.

Price: $6 including postage

All proceeds support the volunteer activities of the Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park.

Purchasing enquiries: treasurer@friendsofscottcreekcp.org.au

Payment can also be made online or at a BankSA branch, see instructions at the bottom of the page.

The almanda reports
Almanda Mine Site, Dorset Vale Rd, Almanda Project, John Wamsley

The Almanda Reports highlight all the fantastic work being done to restore the creek systems of the Park under the Almanda Project.

Almanda Report 2020

Almanda Report 2019

Almanda Report 2018

Almanda Report 2017


instructions for other payment methods

Payment can also be made online or at a BankSA branch, as detailed below:

1) Deposit funds to:
BSB 105-078, Account Number 311316140,
Account Name: Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park.

2) You may need to use your phone number as reference if paying at a branch. Your name is a suitable reference if paying online.

3) Send an email to: treasurer@friendsofscottcreekcp.org.au to indicate which book, the date of your payment, your phone number (for reference) and your address (for posting).