There are local groups of APS members in several parts of South Australia.
In some regions, members have formed local groups who meet regularly, and organise activities such as field excursions, or local conservation projects. In many other areas, there is a more casual network of members who share a common interest in promoting and preserving the natural flora.
Gawler and Barossa
The Gawler and Barossa group meets at 7:30pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Lyndoch Institute Town Hall in the center of Lyndoch, Barossa Valley.
The Brinkworth sub-group meets regularly in the Brinkworth Hall Supper Room, Brinkworth.
Eastern Eyre Peninsula
The Eastern Eyre sub-group meets regularly in the Arno Bay / Port Neill region.
Fleurieu (Victor Harbor)
The Fleurieu sub-group meets regularly at Carrickalinga House.
There is an informal network of APS members in the Karoonda area.
The Kimba group has closed. APS Members are still active in this area to the limit of their health.
There is an informal network of APS members in the Murray Bridge area.
Northern Yorke Peninsula (Kadina)
The Northern Yorke Peninsula group meets at 7:30pm on the 2nd Thursday of each month (except January) in the Club Rooms, South Tce Kadina.
The Parrakie group no longer meets on a formal basis.
The Society does not have a formal group in the Port Augusta area.
There is an informal network of APS members in the Riverlands area.
There is an informal network of APS members in the South-East of South Australia.
Southern Eyre (Port Lincoln)
This group no longer meets on a formal basis.