There are centres in the Adelaide and surrounding areas, located in Adelaide , Adelaide Hills, Barossa, Gawler, Mount Pleasant, Port Adelaide, South Coast, Willunga, and Normanville.

In 2003 a Natural Resource Centre Alliance was formed giving Centres a chance to share resources, ideas and expertise to more thoroughly meet the community needs of the region.

The Normanville Natural Resource Centre is managed by a committee comprising of volunteers elected from the local community and is run on a daily basis by a coordinator and volunteers.

It organises a wide range of seminars, workshops and events for landholders, students and the local community. Free Brochures covering a wide range of topics are available as well as an extensive reference library with most books and Dvds available for loan.

Topics covered:
  • Animals
  • Animal Pests
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change/Sustainable Living
  • Coast and Marine
  • Educational Resources
  • Farming/Agriculture
  • Farm Forestery
  • Fire Management
  • Gardening
  • Indigenous Land Management
  • NRM Planning and Plans
  • Plant Identification
  • Roadside Vegetation
  • Parks/Reserves - Management Plans
  • Revegetation/Conservation
  • Rivers/Waterways - Management Plans
  • Salinity
  • Swamps and Wetlands
  • Water and Waterway Management
  • Weeds
  • Waste Management

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Empower the community to enhance the environment of the Fleurieu and to live sustainably.

We acknowledge the heritage of the Kaurna, Narrandjerri and Ramindjeri lands and people of the Fleurieu Coast.
We acknowledge and respect the contributions of successive generations that contribute to the shape of communities of the Fleurieu Coast.