The Milang Snipe Sanctuary (the Sanctuary) is a unique fringing wetland of Lake Alexandrina that is fed predominantly by stormwater. The Sanctuary is special as the rare Latham’s Snipe (Gallinago hardwickii) return there each year during spring and summer. Snipe
The Milang Railway Station Museum, Milang Historical Society and the MOSHCC are combining to organise an event for this year’s History Month in May. On Sunday 7th May and 21 May, there will be guided bus tours of the pioneers,
Milang and District Community Association Inc is excited to offer an extension of the current Community Care service into the higher level Home Care Packages being offered by My Aged Care. There is a significant need to provide our older
The Commonwealth Environmental Water Office has released a factsheet—“Hypoxic blackwater events and water quality”—that describes a natural phenomenon now underway in the Murray-Darling Basin after heavy rains in the catchment: an inflow into the river system of tannins and other
I recently came across a very positive review of the delights of fishing and camping at Milang on the Camping South Australia website, including a rather nice video. You can check it out here.
Congratulations to all those involved in the production of “Murray the Musical” which was presented in the Institute this weekend.