South Australians consider it to be their nature park!
A unique chance to meet with one of Monarto Safari Park’s Ngarrindjeri team members and enjoy a relaxed walk across Country.
Build your own ceramic mug with designs, imprints and inspiration from a guided nature-connection experience in the EcoClassroom Sanctuary.
Come for the seeds stay for the poetry.
Come join us at Forage School and learn about wild edible plants and medicines living around us.
Can you find something soft? Or spiky? Or that reminds you of the wind? Scavenger hunts are a playful way of exploring nature.
Write your own Acknowledgement .
Based on the work of "Acknowledge This"
and the Healing Centre for Griefology.
This day will see the neglected street garden adjacent to Kangaroo Island Gallery transformed into an attractive cared for garden
Refuel after a busy day and join us for a sunset tour at Arid Recovery, followed by a sausage sizzle and fire.
Join our Metropolitan Coastal Conservation Officer Matt Endacott as he takes you on a tour of Minda Dunes
Let’s look for Striated Pardalotes, Tawny Frogmouths, Kookaburras, a bit of history and other interesting things along Dry Creek.
Tea House, an interactive experience of nature,
ritual, and connection daily in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens for Nature Festival 2022
A pottery workshop inspired by a mindful, informative and fun guided experience along the river and surrounding revegetated woodland.
They are some of the world's most misunderstood predators,a dedicated shark museum will give visitors a greater insight into the White Shark
Join Sonya Rankine of Lakun Mara in a weaving workshop to learn traditional Ngarrindjeri and Ngadjuri weaving techniques
Join us for the opening of 'The World Needs Us, We Need the World: Political poster art for climate action' at The Mill
Collect and create your own nature weaving with native plants!
Join resident Arborist, Ben Hall to learn about the importance of water sensitive urban design and its association with our urban forest.
‘how do people care about plants if they down know about them?’
The Green Belt Project invites you to share what you LOVE about your Adelaide Park Lands on a strip of green fabric.
Join us for a whole lot of free, family-friendly, muddy fun at the Golden Fields Reserve.
Connect to nature these school holidays with our interactive ‘Naturally Wild’ school holiday program at Adelaide Zoo.
Join NGT & local artist Julia Reader for a workshop on watercolour surrounded by the Mt Burr Swamp Wetland and tasting wine from Slow Lane.
Celebrate Nature Festival with a guided tour exploring the pollen of flowering plants in Adelaide Botanic Garden.
This suburban oasis showcases plants from South Africa and southern Australia, able to cope with less water
Celebrate Nature Festival with a guided Eco Tour around the inner harbour of the Port River with the Estuary Care Foundation.
Forest Bathing (no swimming involved!) is a gentle, calm, wander in nature - using our all of our senses to explore, notice and connect.
You’ll learn some nature journaling skills, explore a reserve restored by the local community and maybe even spot a bandicoot!
Join Grow It Local co-founder, author, broadcaster, chef and master grower Paul West for a local grower meet-up at the Burnside Town Hall.
Celebrate nature and culture on Peramangk Country at Crystal Lake Park, Macclesfield. A family friendly event.
Using what nature provides, get in touch with your own wellbeing through an eco art therapy process. Reflect, let go and connect to you .
Love spending time outdoors, learning about the bush and making a difference, join Trees For Life for a day of bushcare at Cherry Gardens.
Coastal discovery and citizen science opportunity with AUSMAP as we walk & talk from Kingston Park Coastal Reserve to Marino Rocks Social
Wander in a bright colourful open garden crammed with roses, pretty perennials, vegetables and chooks.
Discover the creatures of the night in this fun and interactive ramble, suitable for all ages!
Learn how to ecoprint eucalyptus leaves onto thrifted garments with textile artist Fiona Connell
Discover what it means to be a conservation volunteer working along an urban river and learn about our amazing local birds.
We are what we eat - Staying safe in an obesogenic environment
River is a cinematic and musical odyssey that explores the remarkable relationship between humans and rivers
Join the Rangers for some family fun, and create a deeper connection to Mount Remarkable National Park
Learn the magic of making dye from avocado skins and upcycle a pre-prepared thrifted garment with textile artist Fiona Connell
Love spending time outdoors, learning about the bush, and making a difference, join Trees For Life for a day of bushcare at St Agnes.
Join Lee Kofman in this online workshop exploring how writers of fiction and non-fiction can convey their passion for natural environments.
Using clay, soil and seeds children make a Bee-Bomb to throw in their gardenb or pot.
Meet everybody's favourite gardening guru, Costa as he talks about gardening for the Soil, the Soul and the Suburbs!
Discover the birds of the beautiful Adelaide Hills with renowned birder John Gitsham.
An intimate discussion with two of Australia's beloved edible gardeners.
Join us for an evening of seed swapping, soup, deep conversation and the Adelaide premier screening of “The Seeds of Vandana Shiva".
Come and enjoy a family experience learning about our endangered cockatoo and their connection to first nations people.
Discover the bird life in the Mt Lofty Ranges ForestrySA Native Forest Reserves with an expert guide from the Nature Conservation Society.
A hands on Masterclass in native plants and botanicals perfect for tea. Take home what you make.
Community bicycle ride from Bowden to St Clair along the Outer Harbour Greenway
Wanna check out Glossy Black-Cockatoo's habitat, technology that protects KI wildlife, and admire our local etching art? We are here!
Come on a guided night walk around Greenfields Wetland to discover the plants and animals that call this place home.
Join our conversation with local filmmakers and producers at the Adelaide City Library.
Walking tour of Apex Park, Port Augusta
Join us in Gumeracha for a fun day of interacting with, and learning all about Australian animals and the importance of healthy habitats.
National Gardening Week activity
Learn to throw a boomerang proper way!
Learn why Wandering & Wondering helps us see landscapes in a more gentle way. Be calmer in nature, be more curious. Listen more & know less
Final day of the daily walking tours of Parks and Gardens in Port Augusta for National Gardening Week.
A restful garden in a beautiful rural landscape. Climate compatible native and nectar rich plants provide a haven for birds and wildlife.
Join us for the screening of Regenerating Australia at the Adelaide City Library
Interactive seasonal story from Artist Karl ‘Winda’ Telfer
Learn more about native birds while sewing your own felt bird!
You too can become a Mina Wardarna Park Ranger - learn about, appreciate and respect what's under your feet at the Port Lincoln Jetty.
Bring your kids along to the NF Hub and get creative with some fun nature craft activities, hosted by Hannah from Wattle + Wonder
Learn how to make plantable seed paper
A farm walk, information sharing, and fireside soup & chat about water harvesting, livestock, no-till gardening, and building soil capital.
Love spending time outdoors, learning about the bush and making a difference, join Trees For Life for a day of bushcare at Freeling.
Interwoven explores the symbiosis between animals, plants, and their personal environment in the context of a shifting climate.
See Kangaroo Island artists at work in nature and support their future through the Art Museum of Kangaroo Island
Reconnect to the natural world, community and our ecological selves with nature connection and deep ecology.
A highly sensory activity with water, plants, naturally scented play doughs, charcoal and other natural mediums
Create your very own pieces of nature inspired jewellery in this two hour resin workshop.
Join me to explore simple everyday ways to notice and connect with nature - outside, or even if you're stuck indoors.
Join us for Family Yoga in the Park as we learn to slow down and experience the therapeutic benefits of yoga in nature!
We will explore our individual and collective connection to nature by creating a self-portrait from found natural objects.
Decorate a strip of green fabric to show what you love about our Green Belt of Park Lands.
Join two of Australia's most adventurous musicians for a pair of cinematic, avian-inspired concerts at Elder Hall.
Immerse yourself in nature and music at the beautiful Adelaide Botanic Gardens with original piano compositions by Gerd Winter.
Discover the relationship between a 19th Century collection of bird eggs and species loss.
Join us at this Compost Thursday Workshop to learn more about composting, and worm farming.
Join a group of like-minded people on a guided stroll through Mount Gawler Native Forest Reserve learning about the bushland spring flowers.
Learn about this traditional Kaurna material!
Come and explore the Deputy Premier’s passion and vision for the environment
WALK WITH US IN ADELAIDE'S ONLY FLYING-FOX COLONY AS WE EXPLORE THE SECRET WORLD OF BATS
How do we express ourselves creatively in nature ?
Learn how to be responsible, reverential - as well as revel in the beauty.
Join with well-known artist Kathleen Patitsas to create individual artworks focussed on the Chequered Copper butterfly
Join us for Nature Festival Film Competition screening and awards night at the Mercury Cinema.
The world's first moss-based trivia night, hosted by ABC Radio's Jules Schiller
A large-scale wall installation showcasing digital drawings of local flora in Prospect.
This panel discussion will unpack how engaging deeply with art can be a tool for resilience in facing ecological crisis' of our age.
Learn how to take beautiful bird photos with professional wildlife photographer, Craig Greer.
Let's celebrate creative approaches to loving nature by giving $1000+ to awesome people and projects!
Three authors discuss writing, childhood and Australia’s natural world at this Auslan-interpreted event. Attend in-person or via Zoom.
Learn landcare skills, explore and contribute to the restoration of native bandicoot bushland in the Adelaide Hills.
Storytelling session on the virtues of seed-saving and growing your own food as an act of independence and self-reliance.
Immersive experience on the still waters Warren Reservoir, Mt Crawford. A fully guided tour with Barossa Kayak Hire and an SA Water Ranger.
Over 350 events, encounters, and experiences to celebrate our love of nature in South Australia.