Join us at Plant 3 for a Cuppa and a Conversation with Author Uncle Bruce Pascoe & Gardening Australia's Costa Georgiadis
Join us at the KAURNA Living Cultural Centre for a Friday evening Vino + Chat. Hosted by Warndu's Damien Coulthard
A hands on Masterclass in native plants and botanicals perfect for tea. Take home what you make.
Explore the southern coast of Kaurna Country.
Designed for Nature Festival, this workshop will deepen your awareness of Aboriginal Culture and help develop your stewardship of nature.
Come along to this author talk and cooking demo with Rebecca Sullivan and Damien Coulthard.
Join our Rangers and local artists to paint your own boomerang in Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park
A celebration of native Australian produce, its nutritional powers, distinctive flavours and rich history.
Authors Damien Coulthard and Rebecca Sullivan's First Nations Food Companion Book Launch at ODASA
Follow our Tree Trails to find out more about the history and benefits of some of Mitcham’s magnificent trees.
Mount Crawford guided hike with Barossa Hiking and Southern Cultural Immersion. Explore and learn about the significance of Kaurna land.
Learn why Wandering & Wondering helps us see landscapes in a more gentle way. Be calmer in nature, be more curious. Listen more & know less
Join our Aboriginal tour guide as we get our Zen on in the Adelaide Hills, and connect to the ancient lands of the Kaurna Peoples
A family friendly event held in The Gums Reserve, Tranmere, with all the Landcare and Environmental groups in Campbelltown.
Join Sonya Rankine of Lakun Mara in a weaving workshop to learn traditional Ngarrindjeri and Ngadjuri weaving techniques
A night of cross cultural exchange and a sensory journey into our natural environment, our place within it and our shared duty to it.
A unique chance to meet with one of Monarto Safari Park’s Ngarrindjeri team members and enjoy a relaxed walk across Country.
Come and enjoy a family experience learning about our endangered cockatoo and their connection to first nations people.
How do we express ourselves creatively in nature ?
Learn how to be responsible, reverential - as well as revel in the beauty.
Take in ecosystems, native plants, Aboriginal culture, eat bush foods & hands on nature experiences - for everyone.
Join us for the screening of Regenerating Australia at the Adelaide City Library
Join Park Ranger Arthur Coulthard for a guided walk to see and learn about Andyamathana rock engravings
Walking Together with Kaurna: a cultural experience for children in Tusmore Park
Learn about this traditional Kaurna material!
Future Forum returns for Nature Festival to explore the concept of Parkland and its role in finding balance with urbanity
An immersive and interactive lab to expand our perspectives as we transition to a regenerative future, hosted in Adelaide Botanic Garden.
Join us for the screening of Regenerating Australia at Minor Works Building Community Centre
Do you want to learn how Aboriginal people used native plants in their culture?
Explore the native botanical jewels held right here in Adelaide's CBD.
See our city from an Aboriginal perspective.
Join us for Nature Festival Film Competition screening and awards night at the Mercury Cinema.
Join us in Gumeracha for a fun day of interacting with, and learning all about Australian animals and the importance of healthy habitats.
Paint a boomerang using traditional Aboriginal symbols to keep!
Discover the relationship between a 19th Century collection of bird eggs and species loss.
Learn to throw a boomerang proper way!
Immerse yourself in the majestic beauty of the Blue Hour as the night descends upon the Calperum Floodplain after sunset.
Discover the birds of the beautiful Adelaide Hills with renowned birder John Gitsham.
A family fundraising walking event in Belair National Park that celebrates positive actions we can all take for nature, in nature.
Come on a bus tour to discover and learn about four significant Kaurna sites within the City of Marion, Onkaparinga and Holdfast Bay
Celebrate Nature Festival with a guided Eco Tour around the inner harbour of the Port River with the Estuary Care Foundation.
Celebrate nature and culture on Peramangk Country at Crystal Lake Park, Macclesfield. A family friendly event.
Discover the Port River and how it supports diverse plant and animal life with a 2.8km self-guided walk.
Interactive seasonal story from Artist Karl ‘Winda’ Telfer
Over 350 events, encounters, and experiences to celebrate our love of nature in South Australia.