Come and learn how to make beautiful blue and white images using the sun!
Join us in the beautiful gardens of Carrick Hill to close off 10 days of celebrating nature in South Australia. Ft. Fork on the Road, Jack Buckskin, local musicians, Lunch Lady, Warndu and more.
Join us for a hike through Adelaide's stunning foothills, then enjoy a gentle yoga practice before we return.
A sculptural and sound installation exploring the sublime qualities of fire in the Australian landscapes
Explore our endangered candlebark forest as you discover precious wildflowers our 20 acre nature sanctuary, while sipping on a wine.
From the ashes: a walk in to explore fire recovery in Scott Creek Conservation Park
City of Adelaide, National Park City artist in residence Tom Borgas shares his research through a walking tour of the CBD.
Send us a photo of you and your favourite tree and visual artist Laura Wills will draw it into a giant live tree portrait. @treeportrait
We’ll discover tracks and traces of marsupials such as endangered Southern Brown Bandicoots.
The dawn chorus explained to you by bird buff, Phil Barron whilst you're snuggled in your sleeeping bag!
Performers have two minutes maximum to share their original poem on the broad theme of 'nature'.
Join our nature-themed art workshop: walk around the Torrens and get inspired to draw your favourite wetland bird or other native species!
Join students and staff from Youth Inc as they share their 5-day wilderness adventure and what they learned, loved and will carry forward.
See nature in focus at the Nature Photographer of the Year exhibition.
The Nature Hero Micro-Awards are about saying thank you to local people for keeping and caring for natural spaces in their gardens.
These days, everything feels like a partisan issue and nature is no exception. This panel explores the cause, effect and potential way home
Come on a journey back to your wild self through hands on experiential Masterclass of earth-based ancestral practices.
Nature is in all things this Start, connect and create with a flock of local artists exploring and drawing birds and botany.
Festival ambassador Jack Buckskin on what modern society can learn from Aboriginal relationship to country
An interactive workshop exploring the value of connecting with nature every day. Plus discover local places to be in nature.
Nature has something for everyone but is it within everyone’s reach? Join us for a special panel discussion of challenges and opportunities.
Join cofounders of Indigenous owned Warndu, Damien and Rebecca for a thought provoking panel discussion around First Nations foods + culture
Join sound artist Christopher Williams on an auditory exploration of Carrick Hill.
Be immersed in the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of our local native edible flora.
This symposium features a panel discussion between artists who create at the intersection of nature and art.
Join artists Laura Wills and Louise Flaherty in a creative workshop to experience to a deeper understanding of threatened native SA plants.
Join us for an evening of Nature Festival goodness. Listen, learn and create with local artists.
An exploratory tour that aims to get you to slow down and experience the environment around you.
This January, one of Jack's boomerang's went to space. Come paint your own boomerang and have a yarn in this all-ages workshop.
Environmental Lawyer Rob Fowler & his artist daughter Erin discuss how family connections provide a framework to explore the climate crisis
Learn the Tiny Habits® method, to amplify the positive impact of nature in tiny, easy and fun steps.
Discover how eating a plant-based diet can benefit planetary and human health with a live cooking demonstration from Just Eat Plants.
Join our friendly, highly skilled staff in Belair for a great day outdoors making a difference with tree planting and bushcare
Learn the science of using nature’s flavors to make ice-cream at the Waite campus gardens in an accessible setting
Have you seen the iconic Pigeon sculpture in the middle of Rundle Mall? Come and meet the artist and take part in an art workshop with him!
Join historian Susan Marsden to see where Fanny de Mole produced the first SA wildflower book (1861) and where plants are being reintroduced
Join us for Forest Bathing (no swimming involved!) and bathe your senses in nature in an urban nature oasis on the River Torrens.
Memorial is a multimedia, participatory performance that reflects on the loss of native plants from our suburban landscape.
Nature supports our wellbeing but what about nature's wellbeing? Our panel share experiences and evidence on benefits of taking care of both
Join world renowned performer and cultural ambassador Ngarrindjer Elder Major "Moogy" Sumner for a picnic to celebrate Caring for Country
'Outside Outlines' is a nature illustration workshop for 18-26 year olds hosted by Harrison Vial, illustrator and animator at Carclew.
All aboard the Popeye for a party cruise along the Torrens River with Adelaide’s finest DJs curated by Endless Grooves.
A panel of diverse speakers present innovative projects and visionary propositions for building a life of and with, our natural environment
Join us on a full day bus tour, visiting several significant Aboriginal cultural sites along the southern coastline of Adelaide!
Join David Speirs, the Minister for Environment and Water for a tour of Adelaide’s newest National Park.
Join artist Rosina Possingham to create and take home your own beautiful photographic still life images celebrating plants
Led by Kaurna artists, learn about the traditional uses of ochre in Aboriginal culture.
Nature Festival, Little Forest Farm, and Suburban Brew have worked together to brew a special festival ale blend with native botanicals.
Come join us on a reflective walk that will spoil your senses- learn and taste some of the delights of Ngaltingga Karrawadlungka
Discover native fauna and flora at Gemtree's Eco Trail and finish with a flight of their certified organic & biodynamic wines under the gums
A free community event with environmental information, theatre, talks, walks and learnings in The Gums Reserve, Tranmere, SA.
Lunchtime talk at the Art Gallery of South Australia: Dr Lisa Slade, Assistant Director on the Elder Wing as a painterly arboretum.
Become a citizen scientist and discover the treasure trove of wildlife that exists within Belair National Park!
A speed-friending bonanza to cultivate some top-notch connections, a tray of your very own seedlings, and a belly full of tasty nibbles.
Renowned author talks nature, climate and our future.
An exhibition of artwork and poetry from over 50 local artists who have been inspired by trees
An exhibition by Laura Wills and Louise Flaherty based on research within the SA Seed Conservation Centre and the Botanic Gardens.
Coo coo, calling all budding photographers! Are you free-as-a-bird these school holidays and looking for a fun activity?
‘Forage-Flower Mandalas’ is a nature walk and ephemeral art workshop, with an emphasis on discovery, co-creation and sustainability.
Writers are finely attuned to the natural world, it is through the act of writing that we understand our relationship and as part of earth. Curated by Writers SA.
10 days of events, encounters, and experiences to celebrate our love of nature in South Australia.