Angove Conservation Park

Angove Conservation Park conserves one of the last remaining stands of remnant drooping sheoak and southern cypress pine open woodlands within the Adelaide foothills.
The Park was proclaimed on 23 June 1994.
The proclamation was assisted by public concern at an attempt in 1993 to purchase the land for subdivision. In response to this, the local community and other groups lobbied the State and Commonwealth governments, the City of Tea Tree Gully Council and the then Department for Environment and Natural Resources, presenting a strong argument for the preservation of this valuable area of remnant vegetation.