Gluepot is protected in perpetuity as a conservation reserve by the signing of a SA Heritage Agreement and until very recently, was the largest area of land in South Australia under Heritage Agreement. Gluepot is also part of the National Reserve System, is on the Register of the National Estate and is further protected under the Commonwealth EPBC Act as ‘critical habitat’ for the endangered Black-eared Miner – the first area of land on mainland Australia to have achieved this protection.
See the newsletters from Gluepot Reserve, the Friends of Gluepot, and BirdLife Australia
A new round of exciting courses is on offer at Gluepot for the 2017 season
Gluepot Reserve is managed by volunteers. It costs approximately $50,000 per annum to run Gluepot Reserve and donations are always needed.