Thank you to all our valuable volunteers who help on the NOVA project

Olives SA (OSA) and the University of Adelaide have decided to rejuvenate the site and bring it back to a state where it can again be used as a research resource for the Australian olive industry. The site will also be used by the University of Adelaide as a resource for students undertaking their course in Horticultural Production and Quality.  

The site is unique in Australia and is one of the few large collections of different olive varieties in the world. As such it has the potential to make a major contribution to the development of the olive industry in Australia.

Olives SA is holding a series of working bees to rejuvenate the site. If you would like to be involved please contact the OSA President by clicking here.