Join Ngarrindjeri/Ramindjeri elder Mark Koolmatrie in the spectacular Deep Creek National Park for an authentic cultural experience.
Use teamwork and creative thinking in this real-world outdoor treasure hunt that blends nature exploration and technology.
Unearth the secrets of crafting your very own Native food delights with Billie from Meez On Plus.
Accelerating renewable energy transition for the community.
Attend a session on native plants specific to the area. Learn how to grow them, when, where and why!
Help save the planet through craft.
Tour the nature of South Australia's home: Government House. Enjoy this rare open day with house + garden tours, flower crowns, mini star lanterns + garden art.
Come and test your knowledge with likeminded outdoorsy folk to raise funds for the Thin Green Line Foundation.
Make & keep your eco friendly glow paint butterfly & stuffed decorated soft pollinator plus enjoy a magical natural butterfly flower drink.
Learn about some of the foods and household goods that contain actual fungi or additives made by fungi that may be lurking in your cupboards!
Join paleobotanist and Botanic Gardens Deputy Director Dr Leonie Scriven and urban horticulturist Dr Tim Johnson for an enjoyable stroll in Adelaide Botanic Garden to see some living fossils and hear how they can be of benefit in urban parks and gardens.
Celebrate spring with a guided tour of the park’s fabulous Botanical Trail; get up close to the unique plants of the coastal heath.
Guided look at a large garden understorey restoration after 20 years and nearby 2 ha restoration of diverse native grassland after 4 years.
20th Anniversary & 2023 Open Day
Observe restoration from ripping of bare areas 2 years ago and 2 years planting - learn plants in 350mm creekline, mallee & grassland.
Four days to help you feel connected, restored and transformed, with a deeper sense of place and belonging, on Country and in life.
Enter the world of The Nest creatively collaborating in art making, music, performances and movement inspired by the nature of your 'nest' home.
Celebrating the history of gardens and gardening in SA, explore how South Australians have lived, worked and played in gardens over time.
Join South Australian visual artists Heidi Kenyon and Henry Wolff for a discussion with nationally acclaimed author and plant studies researcher
Experience the Palm House like you've never known it! Deepen your connection through this immersive sound installation
Experience the Simpson Shade House like you've never known it! Deepen your connection through this immersive sound installation
Walk, run or ride a loop around the Adelaide CBD through our unique Parklands!
Join us in a garden walk that opens a window onto the special world of outback plants and the Herbarium science that helps us understand it.
Come and learn how to grow your own bush tucker and techniques in growing other home grown foods.
What is the state of our ocean home, and how can we support it? Join panelists including British-Australian environmental explorer, adventurer, climber, author and documentary filmmaker Tim Jarvis.
Panel with artist Brad Darkson, chef Norni Bero, artist Damien Coultard and elder Angelena Harradine Buckskin celebrating the deep-rooted traditions of indigenous art and culinary practices.
Join panelists including Costa Georgiadis to discuss how Greater Adelaide can support the biodiversity and climate crisis.
Looking through the lens of global megatrends impacting us locally.
A journey into our relationship and interconnectedness with trees, through movement, storytelling, imagination and rituals.
Guided walk through Glenthorne National Park with David Speirs MP, Leader of the Opposition, and enjoy morning tea picnic immersed in nature
An opportunity for visitors to the Adelaide Botanic Garden to get creative along with members with creating floral mandalas and window boxes
Experimental drawing and collage making workshop using found and recycled materials
Inspired by the beauty of nature and their own imaginations, children will use flowers, leaves, seedpods and seeds to create unique art
Practise or learn new drawing techniques with artist Kathleen Knight, taking inspiration from nature and patterns.
Have fun finding special things like pinecones, leaves, small rocks and even butterflies.
A plant based, vegan cooking class with Rebecca Stonor - to celebrate nature and all it has to offer.
Join Nature Festival's Bird Lover in Residence, Hugh Possingham, as he explores birds of the south east, at Little Dip Conservation Park.
Join Nature Festival's Bird Lover in Residence, Hugh Possingham, as he explores birds of the south east, at Penola Conservation Park.
Join Nature Festival's Bird Lover in Residence, Hugh Possingham, as he explores birds of the south east, at the Naracoorte North Parklands.
Join Nature Festival's Bird Lover in Residence, Hugh Possingham, as he explores the birds of home, at Patawalonga Creek and Wetlands.
Join Nature Festival's Bird Lover in Residence, Hugh Possingham, as he explores the birds of home, along the Inman River, Victor Harbor.
Join Nature Festival's Bird Lover in Residence, Hugh Possingham, as he explores the birds of home, at the unique St Peter's Billabong.
Join Nature Festival's Bird Lover in Residence, Hugh Possingham, as he explores the birds of home, at always popular Belair National Park.
Join Nature Festival's Bird Lover in Residence, Hugh Possingham as he explores the birds of home, at the beautiful Byards Road Wetlands.
Swing dance classes, social dancing, live music and a picnic with family and friends amongst the greenery of the Adelaide Botanic Garden.
Local native flowers shared by gardeners and patrons of The Drummer Boy - showcased online, whilst in full bloom with diners
Cafe Patrons share their favourite plants during the Festival - each day a plant in residence tells its story - at Sarah's Sisters Sustainable Cafe
Support for those always supporting others. Nourish your body, mind, breath and nervous system -with yoga, breath, community...and coffee :)
Create unique one off prints of flowers, leaves, seaweed onto calico bags, using acrylic paint and a gelatine base.
Welcome to the wondrous world of blue printing! You will take home 5 Artworks using plants to make prints. Everyone can do it.
Make a wildflower painting in watercolours! Explore the different brushstokes. Beginners welcome. Anyone can be a nature artist.
Join our expert guide to learn all about the animals that call Granite Island, and its surrounding waters, home.
What relationship do penguins have with pebbles?
This intergenerational session brings together preschoolers & the young-at-heart to hear Shane read his book “Belle the Blue-banded bee."
Inspired by the beauty of nature & their imagination, children will use flowers, leaves, seedpods & seeds to create their own works of art.
Make your own clay ornament inspired by nature and using natural materials.
Get up close and personal with some of the native wildlife from Warrawong Sanctuary.
From a ‘Home’ to a botanic garden
A ‘Home’ of magic and mystery
‘Home’ is a meeting place: Hear about the history and varied uses of the park since 1874.
Join us on the Botanic Gardens Native Plant Trail where you'll delve into the rich cultural heritage of the Aboriginal people.
KID-O uses game-like activities to introduce young children to the basics of map reading and land forms.
Embrace the great outdoors and create lasting memories with mud play, nature potions, bee hotels, cubby building and much much more.
Come along and help clean up this unknown wetland oasis located in the heart of industrial Port Adelaide.
A specially commissioned offsite project by Brad Darkson.
Come and join us for a virtual walk to experience nature.
Come and join us for a virtual walk to experience nature.
Join Sky Allen of Arcadia aquatic for an exclusive 1-hour guided walking tour of her Carrick Hill "In Bloom" floral exhibition.
Join a 1-hour children's workshop at Carrick Hill, making your own unique take home flower crown or wreath.
Join Charlie's Patch for a 1-hour workshop making your own take home enchanted terrarium.
Join Nature Creative for a 1-hour workshop crafting a unique planet earth with seeds inside to take home.
An amazing afternoon of gardens, wine, and contemporary arts at Bird in Hand, hosted by founder & garden designer Susie Nugent.
Learn how to make a beautiful native flower lino print in my beloved backyard studio.
Join acclaimed storyteller and performer, Michael Mills, on a storytelling adventure along the much-loved Storybook Trail at Carrick Hill.
Free Guided Tree Walk lead by a local resident. Visiting a range of historic trees in the local area.
A unique opportunity to explore self-care through the lens of plant care and mindful connection.
Indulge yourself in a pamper experience like no other at Patty Possum's Pamper Parlour.
Port Augusta Garden Club Annual Show. (non competitive).
The plants in Apex Park come from every Continent except Antarctica. A walk for 30 - 45 minutes will showcase this Park and also promote the Community Group "Apex".
Visiting Lions Park
Arid Plantings on Highway One
Walking tour of parks and gardens of Pt Augusta
More than 150 printmakers from around the world are also exhibiting their works on the theme.
Visiting Rotary Park on the Westside of Port Augusta
Visiting Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden at Port Augusta
Spring working bees are a wonderful time to come and try landcare activities at Oaklands Wetland and Reserve.
Add texture and dimensions to nuno felt – great for creating eye-catching dimensional elements on scarves, bags or wall hangings.
Use the beauty of natural silk, cotton and viscose fabrics and fibres to add colourful surface decoration to handmade merino wool felt.
An exhibition by Fran Callen inspired by her Grindells Hut Artist Residency in 2019
Wool plus water, soap and elbow grease = beautiful handmade felt. Learn the basic skill then make unique accessories, garments, or artworks.
Harmony in Nature. Embracing Home with Tai Chi in Australia.
Experience First Nations culture with Uncle Ivan Tiwi Copley (OAM) and birdwatching and identification with Phil Barron.
Join Sophie Thomson to look at how to transform your garden into a cool and liveable oasis, providing food and a habitat for wildlife.
Learn how to make a garden climbing frame, bird shelter or small hanging basket to take home whilst in the surrounds of the Botanic Gardens
Embark on a unique tea adventure in the Adelaide Parklands, you'll visit three locations over three days and savour thematic tea selections.
Embark on a unique tea adventure in the Adelaide Parklands, you'll visit three locations over three days and savour thematic tea selections.
A colourful cottage garden filled with water efficient plants, vegetables, fruit, chooks and plentiful flowers to attract birds and insects.
Overlooking Brownhill Creek Conservation Park, a steep block with many natives and flowering plants has become an inviting wildlife haven.
Enjoy a stylish, beautifully serene family garden around an elegant c1880s home! Leafy and green, the garden is a peaceful suburban oasis.
A large country garden filled with flowers, fruit, vegetables and an area of native bushland. Superb views of the surrounding vineyards.
A water tank creatively transformed into an artist’s unique home with a small garden crammed with colourful mosaics and quirky artwork.
An open garden of native and exotic plants, veggies and orchard around a sustainable house. Superb sweeping views
Amongst big red gums in an idyllic rural setting the owners have overcome problems with foraging wildlife and created a tranquil green space
An appealing garden of climate compatible and productive plants, a welcoming environment for birds, small fauna, insects. Basketry display.
Enjoy a lovely country garden in a peaceful rural setting and see thousands of colourful flowering bulbs creating a superb spring spectacle.
Join floral designer Sky Allen of Arcadia aquatic to create your own take home dried flora mini sculpture in its own glass specimen cloche.
Wild foraging for food is an evolutionary birthrite. Join us to awaken your inner forager in the Adelaide hills.
An intimate small group workshop with Sky Allen of Arcadia aquatic and inspired by the Carrick Hill "In Bloom" flower exhibition.
Join Carrick Hill's Garden Manager Ryan Kemp for an exclusive one-off tour of these spectacular formal gardens.
Join Tanya Parr from Nature Creative for a 1-hour workshop making a beautiful pressed flower lantern to take home. Suitable for ages 5 - 11
Join Tanya Parr from Nature Creative for a 1-hour workshop making your own clay animal pot with plant. Suitable for ages 5 - 11
Join Charlie Zammit from Charlie's Patch for a fun 1-hour seed planting workshop with take home item. Suitable for ages 5 - 11
Join renowned landscape architect and director of Oxigen, James Hayter, for a fascinating talk in Carrick Hill's Great Hall.
Regenerate activities connect people with nature to support their mental and physical well being and there is always something new to learn.
Take a walk with Uncle Tamaru and Nature Play SA to discover the plants, wildlife and cultural significance of Morialta Conservation Park.
A contemporary response to the themes of home, flora, personal art collections and nature, in the memorable spaces of Carrick Hill.
Join Australia's very own Space Gandolf (Greg Quicke) astronomer extraordinaire and friends for a very special night celebrating our home in the stars.
Join legends Bruce Pascoe, Nornie Bero and Damien Coulthard for an intimate afternoon in the beautiful Living Kaurna Cultural Centre.
While some people fear them, spiders are incredible little creatures who play an indispensable role in the balance of an ecosystem
Shelter is key to the sacred order of survival. Experience the power of coming home to nature in this way.
An exciting opportunity to hear from 3 leading farmers, support regeneration and build connections with community.
Fostering connections among green-thumbed enthusiasts, hosted by ABC Radio Adelaide Drive presenter Jules Schiller
Explore Kaurna history and environmental knowledge through language
Embark on a unique tea adventure in the Adelaide Parklands, you'll visit three locations over three days and savour thematic tea selections
Create your own miniature world to bring the wonders of the outdoors right into your living space!
Join us for a tour of Wild, Weedy or Dangerous Plants growing in Adelaide Botanic Garden.
Nature Writing Masterclass: Nature in Utopias and Dystopias with Roanna McClelland
Celebrate the launch of Nature Festival 2023 at with some sneak peaks into the festival ahead, live music and delicious food!
Love spending time outdoors, learning about the bush and making a difference, join Trees For Life for a day of bushcare at Happy Valley.
Love spending time outdoors, learning about the bush and making a difference, join Trees For Life for a day of bushcare at Onkaparinga Hills
Join artist Rosina Possingham to print and take home your own beautiful screen prints inspired by her artist residency with Trees For Life.
Get up close and personal to some of South Australia's rare plants with artist, Louise Flaherty at the beautiful Westwood Nursery.
Join rangers, the Friends of Brookfield CP and an astronomer for an evening of wombats and stargazing.
Come along to a guided tour of The Joinery, our community environment centre in the heart of the city.
A free yoga class beneath the trees in the Parklands. Harmonise your body and breath with the rhythms of nature.
WORKSHOP: Explore your own ancestral plant connections as we craft our own tea blend + make our own stuffed Bolani flatbread, then together we feast!
Plants are family too! Join an evening of storytelling to remember the deep connections we share with our ancestral food + medicine plants.
This event will help to share the tree responses received plus other activities to celebrate and bring community together around trees.
An evening of true stories in from of a live audience on the theme ' a force of nature'. Join us for an intimate storytelling event.
Feel awe and wonder in the presence of a majestic walking companion as you lead your horse through the tranquility of Kuitpo Forest.
Join this guided walk through the award winning Laratinga Wetlands, home to 170 bird species.
Join Green Pakapakanthi and the Bowerbird Collective for a sunrise concert celebrating the return of the birds to Victoria Park.
The World Premiere of a spectacular new performance inspired by connection to country and the cycle of the seasons.
Soak up the warmth and sink into nature while we create with wild clay and natural fibres around an open fire.
Feel the earth beneath your feet and unveil the true magic of our home above and below the surface on this farm walk and fireside chat.
Explore the mind of an artist while they express their relationship with nature through exploring the concept 'the nature of home'.
Join Poh and André on reflections of their cultural home and identity through cuisine.
Come and see and hear about the award winning Laratinga Wetland and the vast biodiversity it hosts!
Make yourself at home at AGSA this First Friday with a program that explores the nature of home
In this hands-on workshop, design, carve and print your dream forest house.
In this hands-on workshop you'll learn how to create and print an etching using eco-friendly techniques.
Create your own detailed succulent arrangement in a pot or terrarium - while enjoying our pristine private National Park
Wander and delight in the abundant and delicate native orchids during golden hour at The Sanctuary, Yundi. A private National Park Sanctuary
Slow down and come home to yourself. Restorative gentle yoga, meditation and sound healing whilst immersed in Kuitpo Forest.
Join us on the Walk4Wildlife Challenge to help sick, injured and orphaned wildlife. This hike can be part of your 24km challenge!
Wander, gather, create and indulge in private, pristine nature - feel at home at OUR nature home.
Possums in the roof, snakes in the walls, spiders under the toilet seat: the housemates you might not even know you have!
With music, comedy and science, this show will explore the incredible lives of the local birds we take for granted until we leave home.
Looking for a way to build your child's connection with nature? Give them the opportunity to grow and care for seeds using materials found a
This is a guided nature walk with professional photographers along Long Beach Coffin Bay
Take a moment to get your senses in touch with nature during a garden-based mindfulness session.
Making floral crowns is a fun, easy and mindful kid-friendly garden activity to get your children connected to their local environments.
Spend your time in deep reflection and nourish your soul during an intimate and inspiring Nature Journaling workshop.
Gardening doesn't have to cost much money and you don't need a lot of space.
Are you ready to brew your own tea using plants from our garden? All in the name of personal wellbeing.
Ever wanted to learn how to make new plants from established plants?
Discover wellness through journaling with giraffes, monkeys and Meerkats!
Get into Nature this October
Learn about organic planting, plant your own seeds and cuttings to take home
An overview of South Australian gardens from colonisation to the 1930s
Grounded is an exhibition and collaboration between a selection of SA clay makers & Harvest Studio in McLaren Vale's oldest cemetery.
Join us for a variety of tours across the City of Charles Sturt showcasing our community gardens and Community Gardening groups.
Come and join us for a virtual walk to experience nature.
Get into nature this October
Event with Marine Ecologist Marine Janine, with Hands on Activities and Craft.
Hands on marine activities and craft-ivities with Marine Janine
Join us for a family friendly workshop on how to make your own star lantern.
City of Charles Sturt residents only can purchase Verges Alive Plant Packs
Want to incorporate lovely local native plants into spaces around you? This workshop will support you in native garden design.
Get busy builders! Discover the hidden talents our Aussie animals use to design and build their homes. Do you have the same skills?
A full day deep dive into the magic of ecoprinting with eucalyptus leaves
Discover the story of the Port River while you sketch among the mangroves with a local environmentalist and a local artist.
A guided appreciation and biodiversity tour of Ridge Park, Myrtle Bank as part of 2023 Nature Festival
A guided appreciation and biodiversity tour of Forestville Reserve, Forestville as part of 2023 Nature Festival
A guided appreciation and biodiversity tour of Heywood Park, Unley as part of 2023 Nature Festival
A guided appreciation and biodiversity tour of Windsor Street Linear Trail, Unley as part of 2023 Nature Festival
This site-responsive exhibition will share a series of textile works created with found and plant-based materials from the Port River.
Immerse yourself in the sounds of nature at Mt Lofty Botanic Garden, on a listening walk and interpretive session with Andrew Skeoch.
Nature Journaling is a workshop about slowing down, increasing mindfulness, and appreciating the beauty and intricacy of our home in nature.
Enjoy a fun conversational afternoon of birds & bingo! Between games, we’ll chat native birds and how they are being protected & conserved.
Workshop day presented by Carclew’s artists in residence. A creative celebration of the theme Home & nature, with activities for all ages.
Join our Artist in Residence at Coorong.Life and enjoy a Paint the View class with nature festival
Reconnect with nature & yourself on the banks of The Coorong National Park.
Explore nature’s ethereal language of colour, in this workshop you’ll learn how to make your own watercolour paints using flower petals.
Learn how to create your own botanically printed silk scarf using materials from the natural world.
Join Burka-Senior Man Karl Winda Telfer, to listen and understand the Song of the Tjilbruke/Tjirbruki Dreaming Track.
Well known personalities Rebecca & Costa share tips & tricks for living your best as participatory citizens in a conscious life.
Immerse yourself culturally and connectively in the wholistically healing powers of Spring Gully Conservation Park. Connect with Nature.
Experience dishes infused with edible native plants while surrounded by the captivating beauty of showcased indigenous flora.
Create your own lino block-print, inspired by the flora and fauna which call the Karra Wirra Pari (River Torrens) home.
Learn how to preserve an abundant harvest in the magical realm of fermented foods with Chef/Farmer Kym at Kitchen Farm Adelaide Hills
Join a guided walk of the Port River and learn about the river habitats and life forms.
Garden gnomes have escaped and we need your help to find their mischievous hiding places amongst the Kitchen Farm Pantry garden and cafe
Children will have the opportunity to decorate a terracotta pot for their own special native plant.
Photographic and multi-media display of the nature around Lower Eyre Peninsula. Take a closer look at the birds, reptiles and marine life whose home we share.
In the magnificent setting of the Adelaide Botanical Gardens, join author Jennifer Mills to explore ways to write with the natural world.
Head to Melbourne St for a nature-inspired family day out – make nature crafts with Nature Play SA and explore the nature playground nearby.
Set amidst the scenic Mount Lofty Ranges the Rock Climb, Zipline and Mega Swing Experience is a nature adventure in your backyard
Take part in the Walk4Wildlife and help wildlife that comes in to us sick, injured or orphaned and needs our help.
Join Danny of Barossa Gourmet Mushies and unearth the fascinating world of mushroom cultivation.
The Sustainable Wine and Living Experience at Gemtree incorporates a blend of wine and food, and education on renewable energy in your home
Walk and learn about biodiversity as we protect our reservoir with bush care and nature survey activities at Happy Valley Reservoir Reserve.
Walk and learn about biodiversity as we protect our reservoir with bush care and nature survey activities at South Para Reservoir Reserve.
Make some room on the broom and fly down to the Gawler Place Canopy to share stories, spells and magical nature craft activity.
Explore Techniques for Attracting Birds to Your Garden!
Discover wildlife apartments, visit trees that existed before Adelaide, and learn about the inspiration for Snugglepot and Cuddlepie!
Experience an amazing array of our superb native ingredients in this author talk and signing of the award winning cookbook by Andrew Fielke.
Draw and learn about an Australian native animal with local artist Zinia King
A celebration of the incredible Nullarbor and Great Australian Bight; brought alive through story by lantern-light on Semaphore Beach.
Create your own beautiful indoor plant pieces to reduce stress, improve wellbeing, and be present in the moment.
Make a recycled mural while you learn about how you can use “rubbish” in different ways and save it from ending up in landfill.
An exhibition of Sandra Lepore’s 100-Year Climate Yarn and Neva Jones’ textile wall-art animals.
A guided walk around Laratinga Wetlands discovering the birds and bugs that call this place home.
Learn the art of flower pressing with Tory from the Green Room Adelaide, creating your own framed masterpiece to take home.
Bring the family along to explore the Kensington Wama wetlands while searching for our clues on this self-guided Treasure Hunt
Come along as City of Port Adelaide Enfield open the gates to a hidden gem in our city, and enjoy a guided nature walk through Folland Park.
Pick up your Orienteering map and go exploring the new Pakapakanthi wetlands, gum forest and plane tree walkways of the South-East parklands
Enjoy the scenic nature of Stockade Park while learning about the different native plants and take one home for your own garden!
Archetypes is a photography exhibition which explores the microcosm of patterns created in rock by sand and ocean, captured in SA.
Come see the fields of wildflowers where once there was an infestations of weeds
Get up close and learn about Aboriginal artefacts, tools and learn about native bush tucker plants.
In this talk, be introduced to our invisible friends; the microbes that live in the soil, on plants, in the air, & within our very own body.
Using a selection of flowers, leaves & natural materials, learn how to create your own unique, biodegradable suncatcher.
'For every flower you plant you shall always pluck a hundred. ' Interactive storytelling for families who love to be outside.
The wide, open spaces will treat the visitor to expansive views of the Adelaide Hills and the city skyline while their dog can bounds about.
In this workshop, learn how to paint some of Australia's unique and stunning flowers, and the main principles of botanical art painting.
Relaxed creative writing session designed to help people observe the living world in new ways.
Use AR and VR technology to get up close and learn some of the secrets, hidden stories and rarely seen perspectives of the Botanic Gardens.
How many birds can you find in 24 hours, 12 hours or in your backyard on Kangaroo Island?
Ambient piano music and song by candlelight, snuggled within the candlebark forest.
Slow Food SA & The Bee Hub present a tour of Wirraparinga, guided by Cr. Andrew Tilley, exploring Kaurna heritage & historic market gardens.
Come and join us at the interface between native bushland and suburbia
Join our workshop and discover the joys of growing your own herbs and leafy greens.
Our precious wetlands need help. Come and see how one farmer has created a small wetland on her Fleurieu Peninsula property. Oct 8 from 1.00pm to 6.00pm. $20 per car
Explore the world of bugs and get a close-up encounter with insects, spiders, worms, and snails.
Explore the enchanting display that will spark your love for all things nature and tell us how you make your garden stew at home.
A family story making session where you give one of the Botanic Garden's trees a back story that explains it's special qualities.
Fruit & Veg swap is an excellent way to build community, and reduce food waste.
Composting is an organic and inexpensive way to transform garden or food waste into nutritious and fertile soil.
Join Local plant lover Lesa Farrant and expert Nikola Manos to learn what local plants love living near the Coast and how to care for them
Join ecological practitioner and committed birdo Phil Barron to learn all about our feathered friends at Sandy Creek Conservation Park.
Come and try nature journaling and learn all about our magnificent gum trees and the different species of animals that call them home.
Hear the environment around you in a new way.
Join us for some fun exploring in nature! You will tune into your senses and uncover the benefits of being at 'home' in nature!
Sensory Nature Play by the Murray explore and discover the wonder of using nature with your child in play using our senses!
End the ‘Grand Tour’ at the major community event celebrating the recent addition of 390 acres to NGT’s Walker Swamp Restoration Reserve, part of a spectacular wetland complex adjoining Grampians National Park.
Experience NGT’s coastal wetland restoration project at Long Swamp, and then take a rare look at grassland restoration behind the new predator-proof fence at NGT’s Mt Vandyke Restoration Reserve.
Come along and immerse yourself in wetlands restored in 2016 and 2023 at NGT’s Mt Burr Swamp Restoration Reserve, home to nationally threatened species of fish, frogs, birds and mammals.
Join our Rangers and Parks Nature Education Coordinator Jessica as they help you to write your very own nature story.
Let’s explore restored woodlands, home to the south-eastern Red-tailed Black-cockatoo and many other woodland bird species, at NGT’s Eaglehawk Waterhole Restoration Reserve, Bangham.
Join us for this creative kids program at the Cove Civic Centre making dreamcatchers inspired by nature, bringing the outdoors into the home
This is your chance to join NGT and others, as we learn all about Bio.R’s large-scale woodland restoration project underway at Frahns Farm, Monarto.
Join Nature Glenelg Trust ecologists, Traditional Custodians and other partners as we explore projects protecting threatened fish and restoring Fleurieu Swamps.
Learn about the plants and animals of Naracoorte Caves National Park on a guided walk.
Meet the bettongs and potoroos, and connect with nature at the EcoClassroom Sanctuary.
Walk with Burka-Senior Man Karl Winda Telfer to listen to what cultural recovery of Country means at Kanyanyapilla, McLaren Vale.
Meet artist Joanna Poulson at her home studio and explore her garden which is an endless source of inspiration for her luminous paintings.
Mindful art making to create space in your life
Create your own miniature world to bring the wonders of the outdoors right into your living space!
A uniquely beautiful Boho Picnic whilst learning to use eco friendly watercolours by the sea! Locally sourced grazing platters and tea inc.
The Art of Seeing with Wonder and Gratitude. Experience Field River Valleys historic copper mine and learn mindful sketching.
Nature Based Creative Eco Friendly Sensory Sessions for children from birth-5yrs
Childrens magical and mindful woodlands themed Potion Play Party! Unique and completely eco friendly and hosted by our Potion Pixie!
A wander around Pakapakanthi (Victoria Park) Wetlands to discover the native plants and animals that call this place home.
Building on Shirin Yoku, or Japanese Forest Bathing, this nature therapy guided walk is intended to further explore connecting to nature
Celebrate your love of trees and make a suncatcher while enjoying a selection of iconic South Aussie and South African sweets.
Discover the creatures, plants and other treasures that wash up on the shoreline.
Taste the flavours of the oldest living, continuous culture in the world. Feast by Mabu Mabu's Nornie Bero and First Nation Food Companion’s Rebecca Sullivan. Unforgettable stories of harvests, stars, and seasons by Bruce Pascoe, Uncle Moogy, and Greg Quicke.
Forest Bathing (no swimming involved!) is a chance to 'bathe' or immerse ourselves in the natural environment.
Discover the art of nature journaling as Jenny leads a workshop filled with storytelling, drawing exercises, and a walk to the River Torrens
Make and print an environmentally friendly collagraph plate over two session, with the option to use natural inks.
Making inks from natural materials and exploring their use
Create nature prints using natural materials as a book, mandala or inspirational cards.
A guided walk discussing the local impact of rising sea levels and what is being done to prepare for climate change.
A hands- on workshop to build a nesting box suitable for microbats.
A fun activity in nature, full of useful tips with a professional photographer.
Science, nature and art come together in this session. Learn how to dissect a plant and draw a technical illustration.
Come along for a guided walk through the woods, learn about our native and exotic trees and connect with nature!
Preserving nature in a jar – learn how to pickle and ferment your produce with Paul West
A poetry open mic with 2 guest poets and 2 musicians, for an audience all ages and backgrounds, presented in an idyllic natural setting.
Our Dolphin Sanctuary Mangroves Tour is 90 minutes of fun to explore the sheltered mangrove forests & search for dolphins.
Cleaning up around Golden Wattle Park / Mirnu Wirra (Park 21 West)
Love pizza? Want to transition to eating more plant-centric? This class will show you how easy it is!
Bring your friends, settle in, enjoy the music and the incredible views, have a beverage and learn how to grow food the cheapest way possible - from seed, using discarded newspaper and your own homemade super seed-raising mix.
We all know a bird spotter who tells you they saw 'some kind of bird.' This exhibition is all about some kinds of birds!
Join us for a springtime walk in our beautiful Aldinga Conservation Park
Come and visit Altona Land Care Reserve near Lyndoch with an experienced bird watcher and enjoy the local birds and plants.
Forage for bush tucker in unique ecocsystem, learn water divining, live didgeridoo performance and so much more
Celebrate the amazing journeys of migratory shorebirds and welcome the flock back to Australia for the summer
Paintings and drawings of the things grown and produced in our garden and home
Join our local artists, who have created bespoke art and handmade goodies inspired by and celebrating nature.
Learn landcare skills, explore and contribute to the restoration of native bandicoot bushland in the Adelaide Hills
Four Grindells Hut Resident Artists share their experiences and consider the impact of nature and landscape on their practice.
Learn about the hooded plovers and other beach nesting birds that make their homes on the Fleurieu ocean beaches.
Learn why tree hollows are essential homes for our native wildlife, and build your own nesting box to take home!
A mindful, slow down walk. Awaken your senses, connect deeply with the marine-scape & take a silent journey through the Taperoo labyrinth.
This workshop will show you how to turn your dam into a haven for wildlife by embracing nature.
Learn about the southern brown bandicoot, where they live and how you can support bandicoot conservation, including managing their habitat.
You’ll be guided to release any remaining negative energies or blockages during the last quarter moon and delight in a divine dessert after.
Take a moment to relax and connect with your little one in nature; decompress and meet like-minded mothers to share your stories over lunch.
Discover the Secret Homes of Wildlife with SA’s award-winning biologist James Smith in this interactive session ‘Our Home 👣 Their Home 🐾'
Step into the world of pollinators at a private bush garden, explore their vital role in our ecosystem and engage in creative eco-activities
Between The Cracks is an installation work looking into the connection between art and nature's resilience of growth in hostile environments
Come on a guided night walk around Kaurna Park Wetlands to discover the plants and animals that call this place home.
Join Paul West for the Adelaide premiere of Farm Boys - the world's only hardcore surfing and gardening show!
Learn about the hooded plovers and other beach nesting birds that make their homes on the Fleurieu's ocean beaches.
Immerse yourself in this pristine candlebark forest as Siobhan's emotive voice and harp float through the ancient forest.
Escape in our mystical candlebark forest, as we weave stories and song of nature and home. Imagine sharing a wine with your family and friends, as the music drifts through the forest and transports you to another place and time.
Surrounded by nature, you will transported to another place and time as the music drifts through this magnificent candlebark forest.
Join expert ecologist Phil Barron for a guided walk looking and learning about the birds and insects of Black Hill Conservation Park.
Enjoy a morning in Belair National Park with a guided walk to learn about nature, national parks and Australian wildlife.
Learn about Kaurna Indigenous plant uses in the Northern Mount Lofty Ranges
Learn what older trees require to keep their natural beauty.
Join the team at the Marine Discovery Centre for a morning of interactive marine-based fun, making art and beach marine trail on Henley Beach
connection to nature through art
Learn about how nature can inspire the buildings we live, learn and play in! This interactive workshop is aimed at kids in years 4 to 6 (ages 9 – 13)
Set in a future world, Glasshouse is a biosphere where plant and insect life thrive in an ecosystem of integrated biology and technology.
Journey in the backyard we call home, Williamstown in the Barossa region. An immersive nature experience with hiking, kayaking and ebiking.
Learn from Aboriginal Elders about the traditional practice of basket weaving. Take home your own basket, includes bush tucker morning tea.
Be led by First Nations artists through an Introduction to Aboriginal Art. Includes canvas to keep, complimentary wine on arrival, canapés.
Explore the connection that Kaurna people hold with our Country and learn about bush tucker native to the Adelaide region. FREE PLANT!
PARADE + PARTY + PARK LANDS + PROTECT : Our home was never houses! Come celebrate our shared home with (and as) birds, trees, bugs etc.
A guided walk through the Adelaide Park Lands with Professor Chris Daniels and Matt Jorgensen.
Coming together to foster resilience into the wider community, learning how we can actively encourage adaption in a changing world.
Immersive ecodyeing & watercolour experience
Dive into the world of birdwatching with Birding 101! Uncover feathered secrets and nature's wonders with Avian Adventures Australia.
Always wanted to learn about Kaurna culture? Join us in learning about 'place' with a Kaurna presenter on Kaurna Country.
Over 30 stallholders, educational workshops, kids activities, music, and local food producers to inspire sustainable living.
Dive in and get fully immersed at the Marine Life of the Great Southern Reef 360 video experience at the Adelaide Planetarium
Improving physical and mental health by connecting to nature and community.
Celebrating Nature with Shakespeare's finest Songs, Sonnets and Speeches.
Join Andrew Crouch, resident bird afficianado and Friends of Sturt River Landcare volunteer on a wander into the wonder of wetland birds.
Immerse yourself and nourish your body, mind & soul on a guided mindful nature journey amongst the gorgeous Adelaide Hills.
Coastal custodians showcases to children the reasons why they should protect the coastal environment. Through fun and games, participants will explore how and why we need to take care of the coastal environment.
Weave with traditional owner on country
Relax and be mindful as you create doodles on leaves while helping create an artwork for the Pasadena Community Centre.
Explore the Home of Sharks and the Hidden Treasures Within!
Learn how a self-watering garden bed works and help us plant vegies and flowers in our Community Garden.
Learn the recipe to create healthy compost. Get dirty and help us create a miniature compost bay.
Connecting children with the environment through lots of fun, nature-based outdoor activities.
Join local artist & illustrator Sally Heinrich in a workshop to make your own lantern, using Australian native plants as inspiration.
Join Ali and Renee from Fleurieu Marine Education at Lady Bay, Normanville to explore the beach and learn more about the treasures you find
We’ll utilise personal representations and look at how the labyrinth can be a path of both insight and meaning.
We’ll work with personal representations and look at how the labyrinth can be a path of both insight and meaning.
Learn about the importance of hallows for our native animals.
Learn how to attract native wildlife to your garden
A family-friendly workshop to learn more about the special role of native bees.
Join us in the historic Circulating Library for a nature storytelling session.
A exciting, FREE event filled with a range of nature play activities for children and families.
The vision is to cover a mining pit with a large-scale artwork made up of thousands of handmade rag-rugs woven by communities across Australia.
Have you ever wondered...........Why are worms so good for the garden? Come along with your questions and learn!
Learn to recycle pots, make your own potting mix and pot up cuttings!
Fix, Repair and Upcycle: Giving new life to you gardening staples. Larry Wakely from the Antique and historical Tool Club of SA and an experienced tool renovator offers expert advice.
Would you like to grow one of these beautiful flowering plants in your garden? Trevor Garard from the SA Orchid Society will show you how!
“Caretakers of our Mother Earth”, will teach you, “Dance, Music, Singing, Storytelling and Art, Ochre Play & Painting Workshop”
Enjoy 30 minutes of Ilona Weir’s Celtic harp music in the Wirra Creek Community Garden while practicing mindfulness.
Come with us as we take a tour around Adelaide's only Flying-fox colony. We will then have a picnic and watch the amazing fly out.
Get creative with natural materials such as seeds, leaves and other items from nature.
In this children's activity, kids will use beautiful, natural items to create a work of art.
We’ll get out and about collecting and sorting waterbug samples and taking water quality measurements in the Marne Saunders catchment.
Explore native South Australian edible flora through connections with botanical illustration, food, cooking and nature, to learn about the plants of our home state.
20 South Australian artists have come together to present their best botanical themed works.
Be inspired by nature: make fabulous eye-catching vessels and hats – fashionable, sophisticated, fanciful or fun!
Want to create an abundant garden but don’t know how? Join Adam Hancock and Jac Semmler for a lively and practical Planting Masterclass
Do you feel disconnected or ungrounded? Enjoy this forest based slow yoga class, reconnecting with both the earth and yourself
A guided night walk around Oaklands Wetland discovering the plants and animals that call this place home.
A wander around Tangari Regional Park discovering the creatures of the night.
A beach ramble discovering the creatures, plants and other treasures that wash up on the shoreline and live on the reef.
Mindfulness of the senses through the earthiness of clay
Join us for a special screening of the Film 'Imprint', a special guest and great conversation about people and our planet.
Creating a big community made slide show of Nature in West Torrens
Join us Along the River at Felixstow Reserve for kids activities and tours to connect, discover and engage with nature thanks to Nature Play