Our Vision for Nature society recently enjoyed a delightful day out at Mount Magnificent and McLaren Vale.
Confirmed bequestors, Jane and Jocelyn hosted the group at their (partial) heritage agreement property at Mt Magnificent, to learn more about private land conservation and enjoy stunning walks and views. Jane and Jocelyn have lived at 'Pink Gum' since 1990. Pink Gums is a 100-acre property located immediately south-east of Finnis Conservation Park and 1.5km north-west of Cox Scrub Conservation Park and 1.5km south-east of Mount Magnificent.
They provided a presentation and guided walk, followed by morning tea, before the group travelled to Bec Hardy Wines at Pertaringa for a lunch and tasting session hosted by Bec Hardy.
It was a wonderful day out; even a flat tire didn't dampen the day!
View more photos from the day on Facebook here.
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