The Warren Bonython Heysen Trail Foundation has been established to honour the late Warren Bonython AO, founder of the Heysen Trail, and well known for his active role in supporting the natural environment in South Australia. The Foundation aims to raise funds to support and undertake environmental initiatives associated with the Heysen Trail and other significant walking trails or environmental areas in South Australia.
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Heysen Trail at Cape Jervis – A Focus for Revegetation and Weed Control
The opening section of the Heysen Trail at Cape Jervis provides walkers with magnificent views across Backstairs Passage to Kangaroo Island, access to small rocky coves and patches of native scrub. Unfortunately, it is also the case that the coastal strip is severely degraded due to soil erosion, the activity of off-road vehicles and infestation by invasive plant species. There is a need to remediate this area to provide an attractive and welcoming experience for walkers that highlights the natural attributes of the Heysen Trail.
2020 Annual General Meeting
The 2020 Annual General Meeting will be held on the 14th October, 2020 at the offices of the Friends of the Heysen Trail, Suite 203, Epworth Building, 33 Pirie St, Adelaide.
Tree Planting in the Mid North
The Foundation has initiated tree planting and maintenance projects at Black Jack Hut and Hiskeys Hut in the mid north.
Improving the Amenity for Visitors at Cape Jervis
The Foundation has funded a log seat at the Cape Jervis Heysen Trail trail head.
The Warren Bonython Heysen Trail Foundation is supported by relationships with organisations that share its strategic goals. Find out more about sponsorship opportunities.