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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.
Composting is an organic and inexpensive way to transform garden or food waste into nutritious and fertile soil. Join us for the workshop.
Join local artist Zinia King for a morning in the garden as she guides you through some fun family friendly drawing/painting exercises.
Wander through the river red gums and meandering paths of Kaurna Park Wetlands and discover native plants and animals that call them home
Using fibres gathered from Berawinnia, you will learn the ancient art of string making and then how to make a simple basket.
Free family nature play event in the school holidays to celebrate the one year anniversary of the Seaford Meadows Nature Play Group.
Sciren and Heyne's Garden Centre will help you prepare for Spring with our fun-to-make seed bombs!
Visit St Bede's Community Garden to meet gardeners in action and learn more.
Get up close with Australian animals and learn more about conservation.
Join us at the Victor Harbor Library during the Spring School Holiday: Knot a Macramé Seed Pod Hanger
Join the Wetlands Curator at Adelaide Botanic Garden, as he takes you on a guided tour of this special area.
Learn about the important role Native Bees play in our environment. Bee hotel and indigenous plant pack provided
Join artists Laura Wills and Louise Flaherty in a creative workshop to experience to a deeper understanding of threatened native SA plants.
Discover our local fish and where they live, while learning about environmentally and fish friendly fishing practices.(equipment provided)
Climate change. Where do we start? There's so much work to do and making a significant impact can sometimes feel out of our reach.
Stangate House & Garden is an ideal setting for a story telling and art based family program.
Join resident Arborist, Ben Hall to learn about the importance of water sensitive urban design and its association with our urban forest.
Join this tour to learn about tree species from around the world that have been placed on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
Sciren and Heyne's will help you make your seed bombs and seed tape for the Spring garden- adults
Nature has something for everyone but is it within everyone’s reach? Join us for a special panel discussion of challenges and opportunities.
A sculptural and sound installation exploring the sublime qualities of fire in the Australian landscapes
Discover the creatures of the night in this fun and interactive ramble, suitable for all ages!
A wander around Tangari Regional Park discovering the creatures of the night.
A unique blend of 'screen time' and 'green time' with an outdoor, high-tech family treasure hunt.
‘Forage-Flower Mandalas’ is a nature walk and ephemeral art workshop, with an emphasis on discovery, co-creation and sustainability.
Join our Metropolitan Coastal Conservation Officer Matt Endacott as he takes you on a tour of Minda Dunes
A tour for Community Environmental Groups from the Eastern Fleurieu to visit each other's project sites and celebrate their successes.
Discover the small creatures that live in the water of a wetland, using a portable microscope and magnifying glass.
Who wants to swim with sharks and seadragons? Jump in and experience the marine life of the great southern reef without getting cold or wet!
A walking conversation about authors and human nature
Celebrate Nature Festival with a guided tour exploring the pollen of flowering plants in Adelaide Botanic Garden.
Children will learn nature weaving, and to create your own nature book mark, headband or bracelet to take home using a variety of materials.
Discover what the wild and woolly weather has washed up onto longbeach.
Virtual Forest Bathing - accessible to anyone, anywhere with a device and internet connection.
This walk highlights trees which share in common one special characteristic: scent. But not just from their flowers!
Environmental Lawyer Rob Fowler & his artist daughter Erin discuss how family connections provide a framework to explore the climate crisis
Experience the beauty of the Barossa Bushgardens bathed in evening light and the ambience of the labyrinth as darkness envelops us
This symposium features a panel discussion between artists who create at the intersection of nature and art.
A living art exhibition celebrating Adelaide's world famous Park Lands.
Discover how eating a plant-based diet can benefit planetary and human health with a live cooking demonstration from Just Eat Plants.
This two hour workshop will cover all the useful tips and tricks you need to show native garden plants at their very best.
Be rewarded with a greater understanding of our native bushland in the tranquil and picturesque surroundings of Little Mount Crawford
Join Oakey at ACE Open as she guides you through making your own sculpture from natural materials.
Join the tour of this wetland and haven for native wildlife, recognised as an urban biodiversity 'hotspot'.
Come explore the wonderful Morialta Conservation Park, as we solve puzzles and look for clues on a daring outdoor adventure!
Come and immerse yourselves in a nature-based wellness experience in Belair National Park
Hunab Ku Meditation and Healing Gallery and Soul Talks present an afternoon of Nature Appreciation and Learning
City of Adelaide, National Park City artist in residence Tom Borgas shares his research through a walking tour of the CBD.
Slow down with nature bathing in the scrub - incorporating creative and deep ecology exercises to explore our ecological identity
A guided walk along a section of the Maslin Creek reed swamp, the largest remnant reed swamp in greater Adelaide.
Nature supports our wellbeing but what about nature's wellbeing? Our panel share experiences and evidence on benefits of taking care of both
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 us to discover the wild nightlife of Adelaide's marvellous mammals!
Join one this community weeding day at North Haven to help protect and restore our local sand dune environment.
Walk, run or ride a loop around Adelaide completely through parklands on Sunday 3rd October; share the experience using #parklandsloop.
Join us on a full day bus tour, visiting several significant Aboriginal cultural sites along the southern coastline of Adelaide!
Get vertical on some of South Australia’s best crags at Morialta Conservation 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!
Zoom session on basic propagation for a multitude of flowers to create a personal SUPER BLOOM.
Slow down and learn to appreciate nature in a whole new way in Holdfast Bay's hidden natural gem!
Join our nature-themed art workshop: walk around the Torrens and get inspired to draw your favourite wetland bird or other native species!
An interactive workshop exploring the value of connecting with nature every day. Plus discover local places to be in nature.
Wend your way on this community e-bike ride through Adelaide's beautiful nature to the Uraidla Sustainability Market
Explore nature in the Barossa in a unique way.
A picnic with a difference! Can mindful activities make picnicking even more glorious? Join us in our wonderful Hills garden and find out!
Walking tour of native trees at The Cedars led by an experienced botanic guide.
Join us for a picnic right under our very own Adelaide Flying-fox colony, then take a guided tour with us.
Wander this land, gather with gratitude, create your flower crown (or hat circle), share in high tea and photograph yourself with nature!
Join world renowned performer and cultural ambassador Ngarrindjer Elder Major "Moogy" Sumner for a picnic to celebrate Caring for Country
Bring your pet to St Bede's North Car Park, next to the Rose Garden, for a short service of thanksgiving and blessing for pets.
Pre-prepared seasonal dishes, a chance to get behind the bench, and whip up a jar of take-home goodness, and more goodies on the night!
These days, everything feels like a partisan issue and nature is no exception. This panel explores the cause, effect and potential way home
An exploratory tour that aims to get you to slow down and experience the environment around you.
Discover the legacy of August Pelzer, the City of Adelaide's first 'City Gardener'.
Slow down and immerse yourself in experiences connecting the spiral form, nature, and the labyrinth path
Birds inhabit every continent across the world and their colour, song and flight captivate the imagination.
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.
Kids! Come make some Art Focaccia with Lunch Lady and Rebecca Sullivan
Imagine a glorious spring day in our candlebark forest, as Tim soothes your soul and Sean talks about bushcare work in our 20 acre sanctuary
This January, one of Jack's boomerang's went to space. Come make your own boomerang and have a yarn in this all-ages workshop.
Join The Local Yum hosts as they share their experiment in honesty, community and local food
Rediscover an Australian icon in this immersive five-part series.
Join us for so many ways to explore and enjoy the great outdoors on the Great Gum Flat Adventure at Minlagawi!
Come on a journey back to your wild self through hands on experiential Masterclass of earth-based ancestral practices.
An exhibition by Laura Wills and Louise Flaherty based on research within the SA Seed Conservation Centre and the Botanic Gardens.
10 days of events, encounters, and experiences to celebrate our love of nature in South Australia.