This year, in partnership with The Office for Recreation, Sport, and Racing, the Nature Festival encourages you to go on a nature adventure.
This can be a big trip or a small walk, out in the outback or just in your own backyard. Ideally it involves a little bit of difficulty and is in some way new or unusual for you. During the adventure you should pay attention to the world around you and how you feel, and then document the result in an 'adventure report.'
What makes a good adventure or a good report? Read on for more details.
We encourage you to set your own challenge, the more whimsical the better. It should involve nature in some way, but it can be nature in the CBD. Your adventure might involve a Nature Festival event, but it doesn't have to.
Feel free to write the report however you see fit. If you want somewhere to start, a good report often has four components:
Winners will be chosen by a panel of Nature Festival judges after the conclusion of the Nature Festival on 16 October 2022.
To enter, you must post on Instagram before 16 October 2022 with the hashtag #NatureAdventureSA and tagging @sarecreationandsport and @naturefestivalsa.
If you don't have access to instagram, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with the words Adventure Report in the subject line. Reports must include an original photo.
All adventures must be completed within South Australia before 16 Oct 2022.
Entries are free, and anyone can enter the competition.
Participants grant Nature Festival, Ltd and the Office for Recreation, Sport, and Racing the ability to share their images and reports, including on social media, publicity about the challenge, and in summary reports.
Nature Festival and the Office for Recreation, Sport, and Racing are not responsible for the safety of participants on their chosen adventures. Participants must choose adventures that are within their abilities and don't place themselves at undue risk.
This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Instagram.