Friends of Patawalonga Creek - 41 Kb JPEG Patawalonga Creek

The Friends of Patawalonga Creek (FoPC)
About us

Formed in 1998, the Friends are a community group with an interest in the conservation
of the remnant native vegetation of Patawalonga Creek. Located on Adelaide Airport land
(west of Tapleys Hill Road), this is the largest remaining part of the Reedbeds, the vast
tract of wetlands which once stretched from Glenelg to the Port River.

FoPC has been endorsed as an ITEC (income tax exempt charitable entity).

(ABN:       75 075 642 962)

We are represented on the Patawalonga Creek Steering Committee, which meets regularly at Adelaide Airport.

FoPC is also a member group of the 'Our Patch' project, which is operated by the
Adelaide & Mount Lofty Ranges NRM Board.

For some of our activities, such as Curry Nights, we operate as a sub-group of the
Friends of Gulf St Vincent.

By focussing on this and other local sites of environmental significance, we hope to
arouse interest in local environmental history, to promote a greater understanding of
wider issues, and to increase communication and sharing of resources between
community groups.

Chair: Andrew Winkler Ph: 8234 1420
Treasurer: Barbara Baird



The Patawalonga Creek website

Paper Bark
  "Paper Bark" - our on-line newsletter

  our Constitution

Contacting us

113 North Parade, Torrensville SA 5031       Ph: 8234 1420       Email us

We can also be contacted through:

Environment Manager, Adelaide Airport Ltd,
1 James Schofield Drive, Adelaide International Airport SA 5950   Ph: 8308 9216

This page is maintained by Littoral Productions for the Friends of Patawalonga Creek.
Last modified 19th December 2011.