The Friends of Gulf St Vincent is a not-for-profit community group concerned about the condition and health of this unique body of water.
The northern gulf is shallow and rich with mangroves, which provide an important nursery for local fisheries. On its eastern side the gulf is bounded by Metropolitan Adelaide, and the Fleurieu Peninsula, with its backdrop of the Mount Lofty Ranges. Kangaroo Island, once part of the mainland, lies to the south west of the gulf. The eastern side of Yorke Peninsula forms the western side of the gulf.
Our concern is that much damage has been done to the gulf since European settlement, and unless we work together we will lose even more of our clean, bountiful and spectacular gulf.
Our aim is to foster a unified community approach to the protection and wise use of the Gulf St Vincent.
You can help too.