BEFORE AND AFTER... Moonta National Trust chairperson Stephen Stock stands in front of one of the Moonta Mines’ historical sites, where a large amount of feral vegetation has been removed. BEFORE AND AFTER... Moonta National Trust chairperson Stephen Stock stands in front of one of the Moonta Mines’ historical sites, where a large amount of feral vegetation has been removed.

Moonta Mines vegetation cleared

MOONTA National Trust has defended clearing off trees in the historical Moonta Mines.

Since the area was national heritage listed in May, volunteers have been working to make the area more accessible for visitors.

Feral vegetation and weeds have been cleared, previously-unknown shafts have been fenced and areas for walkways have been opened up, all with the aim of attracting more visitors.

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