Be part of the 2022 festival

300 + events
6 - 16 October 2022
South Australia
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Aboriginal Flag
We acknowledge and pay our respects to elders past, present, and emerging of the Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri, Adnyamathanha, Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara, and more than thirty other groups of traditional owners of the land now known as South Australia.

From our own back gardens to the majesty of the Flinders, nature is central to who we are as South Australians.

More than 90% of us get out into our parks and beaches each year, and the challenges of COVID have only further highlighted how critical nature is for our health and wellbeing.

Celebrating our great nature in SA

With over two hundred events for all ages, the Nature Festival is back for our third year and full of creative ways to connect with nature and each other.

Nature Festival decorative shape evoking red desert sands under a pink sunset.

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2021 in review

As always, South Australians blew us away with their enthusiasm for nature.


Events ran in the second year of the Nature Festival


Partners joined us to host creative and unusual events


People participated across South Australia

How do we stay COVID-safe?

Follow government advice
If you have any symptoms of coronavirus, don't come a Nature Festival event. We'll be following all government advice, and our hosts will, too. All events are required to collect contact information for contact tracing and have a specific COVID-safe plan.
Smaller events, outdoor events
We're encouraging a greater diversity of smaller events, and many will be outdoors. Some event hosts have decided to run multiple small sessions rather than one large one.
DIY, virtual, and self-guided events
We've recruited a range of self-guided activities along with a selection of virtual offerings that you can experience the comfort of your own home.