Join two of Australia's most adventurous musicians for a pair of cinematic, avian-inspired concerts at Elder Hall.
Make a simple basket or garden tripod from a pile of prunings. Guided by experienced tutors from Basketry SA in a beautiful setting
Only 6 years old, but growing well.
Performers have two minutes to share their original poem on the broad theme of ‘nature’ No props, no costumes, just you and your words!
One persons surplus can be another persons treasure.
Fruit & Veg swap is an excellent way to reduce food waste.
Get on your bike and come explore the new bike trails at Bowman Park!
Known as the 'Kakadu of the South East', Bool Lagoon is internationally recognised as a wetland of importance. Come and see for yourself!
Join with well-known artist Kathleen Patitsas to create individual artworks focussed on the Chequered Copper butterfly
Join the State Herbarium’s resident weed expert Chris Brodie on a tour of Mischievous, Devious and Poisonous Plants growing in the ABG.
Discover how open-ended, natural resources provide hours of sustainable, imaginative outdoor play.
Enjoy food, inspect community garden, interact with native animals, browse the stalls, participate in pet blessing, all in a garden setting.
Come and be nurtured and supported in a peaceful, calm wander in beautiful nature (with gratitude for all you do). You deserve it.
The Role of the SA Seed Centre in Saving Threatened Species
Learn, create and explore at the Murray Lagoon Campground with Park Rangers.
Designed for Nature Festival, this workshop will deepen your awareness of Aboriginal Culture and help develop your stewardship of nature.
Using what nature provides, get in touch with your own wellbeing through an eco art therapy process. Reflect, let go and connect to you .
Learn how to make propagation pots out of newspaper as well as how to sow seeds. Take home your ready made pot with some flower or vege seeds
Come and give back to the environment by helping us clean up this important wetland which many rare bird species call home.
Create your very own pieces of nature inspired jewellery in this two hour resin workshop.
Three authors discuss writing, childhood and Australia’s natural world at this Auslan-interpreted event. Attend in-person or via Zoom.
Discover the historic garden and restored habitat at Michael Perry Reserve in the City of Burnside
Guided walk that includes plants that can be used to relax, refresh, and reinvigorate.
Final day of the daily walking tours of Parks and Gardens in Port Augusta for National Gardening Week.
Using clay, soil and seeds children make a Bee-Bomb to throw in their gardenb or pot.
Join visual artist Louise Flaherty in a creative workshop to experience to a deeper understanding of threatened native SA plants!
A guided night walk around Oaklands Wetland discovering the plants and animals that call this place home
Let the gentle turns and spirals of the Coastal Native Food Plants Labyrinth draw you into mindful awareness of our natural plant species.
Discover wildlife apartments, visit trees that existed before Adelaide, and learn about the inspiration for Snugglepot and Cuddlepie!
They are some of the world's most misunderstood predators,a dedicated shark museum will give visitors a greater insight into the White Shark
Wander in a bright colourful open garden crammed with roses, pretty perennials, vegetables and chooks.
Enjoy observing nature and capturing snaps on your phone? Then join us for an afternoon of Citizen Science out in nature.
Community Tours throughout City of Charles Sturt to explore our Community Gardens and/or Climate Action
Join us at Plant 3 for a Cuppa and a Conversation with Author Uncle Bruce Pascoe & Gardening Australia's Costa Georgiadis
Learn how to take beautiful bird photos with professional wildlife photographer, Craig Greer.
Locale Tour is a bespoke, multi -sensory experience at Pasadena Foodland showcasing the award winning supermarket.
Join Nature Glenelg Trust ecologists, traditional custodians and other partners on a tour of some of our wetland restoration projects.
Nature photographer Aiden Bradford presents photographs of native butterflies and provide a commentary on photographic techniques.
Plant collections come from a range of areas such as New Zealand, South and North America, Asia and Australia.
Paint using exciting natural pigments and listen to a story as well.
Write your own Acknowledgement .
Based on the work of "Acknowledge This"
and the Healing Centre for Griefology.
Learn about the ecology of native grasslands and how your garden or block can contribute - 20 years experience to learn from.
Bring your kids along to the NF Hub and get creative with some fun nature craft activities, hosted by Hannah from Wattle + Wonder
Join Sonya Rankine of Lakun Mara in a weaving workshop to learn traditional Ngarrindjeri and Ngadjuri weaving techniques
Join us at Kapunda Library to make your own Pisky Garden in a box to take home and watch grow.
Join us for Nature Festival Film Competition screening and awards night at the Mercury Cinema.
Come an experience the last remaining remnant bushland located on the Adelaide Plains
Lets come together to learn about our food and how we can care for and connect with nature through delicious experiences
Love spending time outdoors, learning about the bush and making a difference, join Trees For Life for a day of bushcare at Banksia Park.
You might find one dancing the town square or pulling up carrots in a veggie patch; you could even see one snoozing under a toadstool!
Experience the joy of drawing one of Australia's most iconic trees in Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park
Join Sonja from Gypsy Heart Wellness at the SA Museum for a guided meditation session amidst breath-taking images of our latest exhibition.
Let's celebrate creative approaches to loving nature by giving $1000+ to awesome people and projects!
Learn from local experts June Jenkins and Chris Grabczewski about how to protect and restore native habitat in your community.
This printmaking process can be done at home on your kitchen table, but it’s helpful to have a small hand press.
Celebrate the launch of a new book exploring the past, present and future of one of our most beloved and unusual animals, the koala.
Enjoy beautiful Nharangga Country at Minlagawi Gum Flat with a range of nature activities on offer!
Do you want to learn how Aboriginal people used native plants in their culture?
A Night in Nature is for families looking to give camping a go!
Ilona Weir’s Celtic harp music and Mindfulness with Dr Dinosaur in the Wirra Creek Community Garden
Join us at this Compost Thursday Workshop to learn more about composting, and worm farming.
A wander around Frank Smith Park discovering the creatures of the night.
Come and see how Earthships use natural and recycled materials to create sustainable houses that are a pleasure to live in all year round.
A unique chance to meet with one of Monarto Safari Park’s Ngarrindjeri team members and enjoy a relaxed walk across Country.
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
Collect and create your own nature weaving with native plants!
Use plants, paint, and paper to explore the beautiful patterns and shapes found in nature using a soft gelatin plate to make unique prints.
Join us at Hewett Centre to make your own Pisky Garden in a box to take home and watch grow.
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
Celebrate Nature Festival with a guided Eco Tour around the inner harbour of the Port River with the Estuary Care Foundation.
Let's create a mandala by only using natural materials. All ages welcome!
WASTED - In Conversation with Lisa Ormenyessy, Queen Ghee
An intimate discussion with two of Australia's beloved edible gardeners.
Join the Rangers for some family fun, and create a deeper connection to the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park.
A celebration of native Australian produce, its nutritional powers, distinctive flavours and rich history.
Join artist Rosina Possingham to create your own beautiful photographic images; celebrating plants, photography and the art of slowing down.
Revitalise your mental and physical wellness by immersing yourself in the healing benefits of the ocean while learning to handstand.
Learn to throw a boomerang proper way!
Reconnect to the natural world, community and our ecological selves with nature connection and deep ecology.
Dive (figuratively) into the wonderful world of seaweed for an afternoon of sustainable art making, with artist and ecologist, Fiona McQueen
Trees as Teachers of Mindfulness - a tree-focused adaptation to walking a labyrinth
Come and see the mutual symbiosis between the ant, caterpillar and butterfly in the grassland of Park 16, storytelling and creating art
Come along to a guided tour of The Joinery, our community environment centre in the heart of the city.
In the Adelaide Botanical Garden - 20+ South Australian artists selling their nature themed works and raising money for Trees for Life.
Join a Gallery guide and an accredited Auslan interpreter for a tour of works in the collection inspired by the natural world.
We will explore our individual and collective connection to nature by creating a self-portrait from found natural objects.
Join us for a celebration of art, music, and the environment in the stunning Artist’s Garden and surrounds at The Cedars, Hahndorf.
Build your own ceramic mug with designs, imprints and inspiration from a guided nature-connection experience in the EcoClassroom Sanctuary.
See fossils of the first animal life on earth, and travel through hundreds of millions of years of evolution
A short animation, viewed on your smartphone, of the mutual symbiosis of the Chequered Copper butterfly accompanied by an original sculpture
Learn the magic of making dye from avocado and upcycle a pre-prepared thrifted garment with textile artist Fiona Connell.
A night of cross cultural exchange and a sensory journey into our natural environment, our place within it and our shared duty to it.
Grab your four-legged friend and head to the south east pocket of the city for a pawfect outing that everyone will enjoy.
Let someone in your neighbourhood know why you love the nature and habitat in their garden - write a note and pop it in their letterbox!
How do we express ourselves creatively in nature ?
Learn how to be responsible, reverential - as well as revel in the beauty.
An interactive whole food, plant-based cooking class and long table dinner with a focus on local, sustainably grown produce.
A restful garden in a beautiful rural landscape. Climate compatible native and nectar rich plants provide a haven for birds and wildlife.
A garden of native and exotic plants, veggies and orchard around a sustainable house. Superb sweeping views over the surrounding countryside
Let’s look for Striated Pardalotes, Tawny Frogmouths, Kookaburras, a bit of history and other interesting things along Dry Creek.
Over 350 events, encounters, and experiences to celebrate our love of nature in South Australia.