State government repeals native vegetation regulations in Flinders Chase National Park on Kangaroo Island

Stan Gorton
By Stan Gorton
June 6 2022 - 2:05am
The site of the proposed AWC development at the Rocky River mouth. The people are standing on the site of the 'Long House' building. The other nine buildings that are part of the development are spread across the slope to the left of the photo. Cape du Couedic is the headland in the distance. Photo Colin Wilson

The new state government has repealed the former state government's changes to regulations that allowed multi-million-dollar developments to clear native vegetation in national parks.

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Stan Gorton

Stan Gorton

Journalist

Walkley-nominated journalist based at The Islander on Kangaroo Island with an interest in the local community and the environment.

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