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Events

Nature Foundation hosts a wide range of events every year for our members, supporters and the broader community so there's a lot to choose from!

If hands-on conservation work is your thing, join us for a planting day or come along to a Working Bee on one of our nature reserves. We also host tours to see conservation in action, presentations on our work and much more! We look forward to welcoming you at one of our events this year. 

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Para Woodlands Open Day
Where:
Para Woodlands Nature Reserve (3km southeast of Gawler)
When:
Thursday 4 April 2024, 9:30am–3pm
Cost:
Free – $40

Join Nature Foundation to visit and see the revegetation project at Para Woodlands Nature Reserve.

This former farming property is being restored to a functioning native grassy woodland, providing a vital habitat for local native flora and fauna, focusing on woodland birds.

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2024 – April Pygmy Bluetongue Lizard Crawl
Where:
3km east of Burra
When:
Monday 15 April 2024
Cost:
Free

Join Nature Foundation and the Northern & Yorke Landscape Board at a fellow Pygmy Bluetongue lizard supporter's property near Burra to learn about the endangered resident Pygmy Bluetongue lizard and help conduct a scientific population survey. 

You will get the unique opportunity to hear from the Pygmy Bluetongue lizard experts and may even get a change to see this special little lizard right up and close!

This is a great opportunity to take part in practical conservation action with like-minded people.

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Member Event: Watchalunga Tree Planting Day
Where:
Watchalunga Nature Reserve
When:
Sunday 28 July 2024
Cost:
Free

Join us for a hands-on day for nature conservation!

Celebrate National Tree Day with us, helping to plant 1,750 native seedlings to further develop our revegetation area at Watchalunga nature reserve. You will be helping to improve valuable habitat for the critically endangered Mount Lofty Ranges Southern Emu-wren!

Member event.

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