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Discover the birds of the beautiful HK Fry Reserve with John Gitsham who has a lifetime of experience in bird identification.
Try rock climbing and abseiling at Onkaparinga River
Walk the coast path with volunteers from local dune groups to learn about this place, the plants & animals from those that know it well.
Join the Friends of Spring Gully for an hour of weeding at Spring Gully Conservation Park, followed by a guided walk at 10am.
Walk on Kaurna Country through the Field River Restoration Project
Fruit & Veg swap is an excellent way to build community, reduce food waste and add variety on your dining table at a low cost.
Reward yourself with a little self-care in a day dedicated to your wellbeing.
Join our friendly, highly skilled staff in Belair for a great day outdoors making a difference with tree planting and bushcare
Learn about wildlife apartments, visit trees that existed before Adelaide, and discover the inspiration for Snugglepot and Cuddlepie!
‘Forage-Flower Mandalas’ is a nature walk and ephemeral art workshop, with an emphasis on discovery, co-creation and sustainability.
Join us for Forest Bathing (no swimming involved!) and bathe your senses in nature in an urban nature oasis on the River Torrens.
Forest bathing, nature journaling, curiosity walk, and socialising
Community Bus Tour to visit a variety of community gardens and different community gardening groups throughout Council and share ideas.
Learn the Tiny Habits® method, to amplify the positive impact of nature in tiny, easy and fun steps.
A free community event with environmental information, theatre, talks, walks and learnings in The Gums Reserve, Tranmere, SA.
Let nature be your guide.
Learn all about Hooded Plovers, their behaviours, watch amazing video footage of chicks, and how you can help them.
There's more to pollination than honey bees. Explore some of the bugs that pollinate.
Join us for a hike through Adelaide's stunning foothills, then enjoy a gentle yoga practice before we return.
Chase vistas and visions in an exploratory tour of the Field River Valley as it starts to undergo extensive ecological restoration
The practice of saving seeds is one of the oldest culture traditions used to protect plant species and ensure food security and diversity.
Renowned author talks nature, climate and our future.
Join David Speirs, the Minister for Environment and Water for a tour of Adelaide’s newest National Park.
Meet a wonderful community of like minded people, learn new skills and be inspired by guest facilitators
Come and experience the sights and sounds of nature on this guided silent adventure walk in the Hills.
Stop and notice the wonders around you with journaling guide Jenny Deans, as you focus on drawing, writing and scribbling your observations
An exhibition featuring pieces from over 12 artists based in Adelaide, Melbourne, and Mexico City.
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.
Join us for a tour of our magnificent Flying-fox colony then watch with us the truly spectacular fly-out at dusk
An intimate performance featuring Christopher Williams, Gabriella Smart, Derek Pascoe and Hilary Kleinig.
Oakey, Nature Festival Arts Curator Amber Cronin and ForestrySA ranger Luke Hein discuss Oakey's recent art residency with ForestrySA.
Family day out 'n about with the Gawler Library at Clonlea Park with storytime, nature craft, scavenger hunts and nature journalling.
An exhibition by Laura Wills and Louise Flaherty based on research within the SA Seed Conservation Centre and the Botanic Gardens.
An environmental art project that invites artists to visit, research and respond to their local migratory shorebirds and their habitats.
Experience the gardens like never before. Ephemeral, intangible and time-based consisting of patterns and washes of light and sound.
An inspiring contemporary garden for visitors to enjoy. Talks by the owner who is a Landscape Architect, plant sales, afternoon teas.
A playful exploration of flora and ephemera by Chris de Rosa in this natural installation on the grounds of Carrick Hill.
Talk to the artists about how their artworks are inspired by Nature
See nature in focus at the Nature Photographer of the Year exhibition.
This event will allow attendees to see the process of bird-banding: catching, banding and releasing the birds that are caught.
An exploratory tour that aims to get you to slow down and experience the environment around you.
View Adelaide from the River Torrens and paddle past the Adelaide Riverbank highlights including Adelaide Oval.
Take a guided nature walk, among the birds, animals, orchids and wildflowers of the Mt Lofty Ranges.
Free 1 hour & extended 2 hour guided tours of the arboretum by eucalypt expert and arboretum curator Dean Nicolle.
A fun, easy ways to explore and learn about the natural systems in and around the City.
Come and join Birds SA and the City of Adelaide for a guided tour to discover the amazing birds that live in the Park Lands!
Do you know how old lion cubs are when they open their eyes? Discover wild fun facts about baby animals as you explore Monarto Safari Park these school holidays.
Do you know your pups from your puggles? Discover amazing facts about baby animals as you explore Adelaide Zoo these spring school holidays.
Use household scraps to learn about the Japanese hanging plants!
Tantalising Thai Picnic enjoyed on a easy bike ride along the river in the heart of Adelaide.
Explore the Urrbrae Historic Precinct Sensory garden
Take a tour of the Gallery with a focus on depictions of the natural world, led by a Gallery Guide.
Guided tour through the Murray and backwater. Glide past pelicans, meander through narrow creeks, have a cuppa opposite sandstone cliffs at the sun sets, say hi to the possums and roos.
How would you speak about nature with someone who is far away? A real time audio walk that connects continents, landscapes and narratives.
Come join us on a reflective walk that will spoil your senses- learn and taste some of the delights of Ngaltingga Karrawadlungka
Join us to explore sheltered mangrove creeks & search for dolphins.
Come fly with us! This experience involves a 15 metre rock climbing tower and abseiling wall, and the 324m forest zipline!
IT’S COMPLICATED pulls back the curtain on the seemingly simple and reveals just how complicated, and complex, the world can be.
Come and visit our Photography Exhibition 'Shore Perspective' at the Aldinga Library.
Celebrate and explore the beautiful nature in the Adelaide Botanic Garden, Botanic Park, Mt Lofty and Wittunga with a free guided walk
Nature Festival, Little Forest Farm, and Suburban Brew have worked together to brew a special festival ale blend with native botanicals.
An all ages self-guided activity for inside the Museum and the outdoors.
Join us in Hallett Cove Conservation Park in September as NPWS celebrates the Glenthorne National Park Precinct as our Park of the Month.
Become a citizen scientist and discover the treasure trove of wildlife that exists within Belair National Park!
Join Malcolm Haines from Ligaya Garden for a foraging walk in Henry Chenoweth Park in Gawler. Learn which weeds are fair game for food!
Labyrinths are said to provide a resolve to unanswered questions by way of the heart. Open to new perceptions in this contemplative walk.
Build your own wildlife box for parrots or possums, with the Adelaide Sustainability Centre and FauNature
Join Upper Wakefield Landcare in planting local native trees along Pollard Road, Auburn, to create a wildlife and biodiversity corridor.
Zoom session on basic propagation for a multitude of flowers to create a personal SUPER BLOOM.
Join sound artist Christopher Williams on an auditory exploration of Carrick Hill.
Take a mindful walk on a distinctive pop-up labyrinth alongside the mangroves at Garden Island.
Discover native fauna and flora at Gemtree's Eco Trail and finish with a flight of their certified organic & biodynamic wines under the gums
En plein air painting in the Gardens of Carrick Hill with artist Therese Williams
Create the world's largest simultaneous "Sit Spot" ! (Free event)
A suite of arts & culture activity in the beautiful surrounds of Stockade Park.
Drop in to this free, fun and inclusive event to open up your senses to nature, and creatively capture your impressions.
Make your street and verge come alive! Come along and speak with Sophie Thomson, Council Staff and other special guests.
Aldgate Valley Landcare Group invites local residents to help propagate native plants-seedlings will be ready for helpers to collect Autumn'22.
Oaklands Wetland and Reserve will come alive for three hours, filled with creative ways to explore, investigate, make, draw and play.
The Reclaiming Sturt River project celebrates art, nature and place. Join a guided walk and discover unique public art.
Learn how to get the most out of the camera on your phone while appreciating the beauty of nature.
A guided walking tour through the home of circuses, river birds, railway lines, a memorial forest and much more.
Visit Turlatina Wirra - a beautiful native garden, listen to Vagaband perform live music and poets recite original nature poetry.
Explore this pristine private National Park Sanctuary and Heritage protected bush land to discover amazing spring orchids
Be immersed in the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of our local native edible flora.
Join me for a 'plein air' (outdoor) painting class in beautiful Victoria Park, followed by a painting review and a glass of wine.
What is a 'biozone' ? Discover how you can help bring nature back to your place.
Come and find out about the significance of one of Adelaide's most beautiful River Red Gums for Kaurna people and for European settlers.
Thou, Nature, art My Goddess. Outdoor performance of his sonnets that highlight our relationship with Nature. Accompanied by live musicians.
A speed-friending bonanza to cultivate some top-notch connections, a tray of your very own seedlings, and a belly full of tasty nibbles.
'Outside Outlines' is a nature illustration workshop for 18-26 year olds hosted by Harrison Vial, illustrator and animator at Carclew.
Festival ambassador Jack Buckskin on what modern society can learn from Aboriginal relationship to country
An old garden surrounding a picturesque historic home built in 1842. Mediterranean plants and lovely big old trees including rare species.
This experience involves our 9-metre 2-sided Rock Climbing Tower and continuous High Ropes course.
Explore our endangered candlebark forest as you discover precious wildflowers our 20 acre nature sanctuary, while sipping on a wine.
Discover tips and learn skills for observing, drawing and thinking about the natural world.
An opportunity for both adults and children to enjoy identifying and learning more about our local birdlife.
Memorial is a multimedia, participatory performance that reflects on the loss of native plants from our suburban landscape.
Collect, press and investigate flowers...macroscopically and microscopically!
Learn how to identify our most common species of birds and animals in and around Adelaide, when they need your help and what to do.
A qualified garden designer and urban nature expert will take you through key steps towards more nature around your own home!
A unique blend of 'screen time' and 'green time' on a high-tech family treasure hunt.
Discover the historic garden and restored habitat at Michael Perry Reserve in the City of Burnside
Join us for Forest Bathing (no swimming involved!), to bathe your senses in nature, slow down, restore, rejuvenate and feel alive!
Come along to the beautiful Richards Park in Norwood, and re-discover some much-loved characters from the Australian picture book canon.
Discover the creatures, plants and other treasures that wash up on the shoreline!
Guided walk along the beautiful River Murray; learn how you can contribute to knowledge about frogs and bats with local experts.
Join students and staff from Youth Inc as they share their 5-day wilderness adventure and what they learned, loved and will carry forward.
A guided night walk around Oaklands Wetland discovering the plants and animals that call this place home
Learn the science of using nature’s flavors to make ice-cream at the Waite campus gardens in an accessible setting
How many of these plants, critters and garden structures can you find in the Common Ground Community Garden?
Discover the wonderful world of fungi with this photographic exhibition from Drew Sinton.
Our Adventure Programs are dynamic, fun, and let your children explore all the wonders of the great outdoors.
Coo coo, calling all budding photographers! Are you free-as-a-bird these school holidays and looking for a fun activity?
Join experienced storytelling and creative writing teacher Helen Lawry as she guides you through a series of writing exercises.
Celebrate Nature Festival with a tour of the State Herbarium of South Australia located at Adelaide Botanic Garden.
Explore, discover, photograph! Join Reef Watch on a guided tour of an intertidal reef.
Come along to a guided tour of The Joinery, our community environment centre in the heart of the city.
Learning by birding: what can watching tell us about the birds of the Mount Lofty Ranges?
Come find calm in the forest! A guided walk for those with limited fitness who want to feel the healing benefits of being in nature.
See nature through a new lens with this introduction to basic photographic concepts
Boasting one of Australia's best Rhododendron collections, containing at least 150 species, with several threatened species.
Learn about the important role hollows play for native birds, bats and possums.
Experience nature through STEAM.
Join Common Ground Community Garden volunteers for a morning of art and nature
Join us at the Victor Harbor Library during the Spring School Holidays: Create a nature inspired collage.
National Parks are for everyone to enjoy. Join Yvie, NPWS Access for All Coordinator for a guided walk in Marino Conservation Park
Come and learn how to make beautiful blue and white images using the sun!
Celebrate Nature Festival and explore the evolution of eucalypts with a guided tour of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.
Lunchtime talk at the Art Gallery of South Australia: Dr Lisa Slade, Assistant Director on the Elder Wing as a painterly arboretum.
A beach ramble discovering the creatures, plants and other treasures that wash up on the shoreline and live on the reef.
A creative activity for everyone, get hands on with the ancient art of papermaking and reconnect with nature
Explore the wonders of gathered and home grown succulents as we plant in reclaimed large glass jars using foraged materials and tools
Join cofounders of Indigenous owned Warndu, Damien and Rebecca for a thought provoking panel discussion around First Nations foods + culture
Drawing on the lesser-known desert diaries of Sir Douglas Mawson observations of the Northern Flinders unique geological rich region
Listen to artists Christopher & Therese Williams talk about their exhibition - The Scattering of Leaves.
We’ll discover tracks and traces of marsupials such as endangered Southern Brown Bandicoots.
Discover the small creatures that live in the water of a wetland, using a portable microscope and magnifying glass.
Led by Kaurna artists, learn about the traditional uses of ochre in Aboriginal culture.
Create your own seasonal calendar from nature observations.
From the ashes: a walk in to explore fire recovery in Scott Creek Conservation Park
Meet Kaurna Elder Uncle Tamaru & try your hand at building a Wardli (house). September is a great time to explore & have a forest adventure!
Celebrate Nature Festival with a guided tour of the remaining River Red Gums in Adelaide Botanic Garden!
Find calm in the forest with us! Deepen your connection with our earth in this guided experience at McLaren Flat.
Join artist Rosina Possingham to create and take home your own beautiful photographic still life images celebrating plants
Join us at the Victor Harbor Library during the Spring School Holidays: Create a welcoming bird house.
Stories, singing, scavenger and bear hunts, nature crafts and more!
Learn how to make delicious and conscious snacks that are connected to nature, whilst connecting with each other
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!
Mindset for Life is a program designed to help people navigate life transitions. Join us for a special session, drawing on nature as a guide
Wander the Wheal Watkins gully area in Glen Osmond. Wonder about indigenous heritage, mining & the possible future for this gorgeous biome
Trees featured on this tour are well adapted to Adelaide’s Mediterranean climate making them ideal to be considered for water-wise projects.
Using clay, soil and seeds, children make a sunflower seed bomb to throw in the garden or a pot.
Put your STEM skills to the test using the kit provided to build a solar buddy light to study and read at night.
Create a map of a different kind. Rather than a map of the physical space around us we will create maps from the sounds that fill that space
Birds of the Hindmarsh River Trail is the first bird book specific to Victor Harbor and covers over 80 bird species.
A panel of diverse speakers present innovative projects and visionary propositions for building a life of and with, our natural environment
Join us for a tour of our magnificent Flying-fox colony then watch with us the truly spectacular fly-out at dusk
Join us for the first ever Nature Quiz Fun-raiser at the Gov
Households would need to give up less than a quarter of their domestic lawn areas to grow enough vegetables to be self sufficient
Webinar - research, tips and resources to support personal nature connection & working with nature for health & wellbeing professionals
Ever wondered about walking the Heysen Trail? Robert Alcock has walked more than 3,600km on the trail and will share his experiences.
An exhibition of artwork and poetry from over 50 local artists who have been inspired by trees