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!

Nature Foundation is paying close attention to health recommendations regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We may need to reconsider many of our upcoming events and activities - this page will be updated if circumstances change.


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 and this year we celebrate our 40th birthday with a gala dinner in October! We look forward to welcoming you at one of our events this year. 

Online event bookings are coming soon, stay tuned! For further information on any event please contact our office on 08 8340 2880.

Getting Curious at Murbpook
Where:
Murbpook Lagoon
When:
26 November 2021
Cost:
Free

We are excited to invite you to our first public event at Murbpook Lagoon, our new nature reserve! There are lots of water birds on the lagoon at the moment including Black Swans with cygnets, pelicans, black-winged stilts, yellow-billed spoonbills etc so it’s a great time of year to visit.

Nature Foundation purchased Murbpook in September 2020 with plans to implement a ten-year conservation program to improve the wetland and floodplain habitat for threatened species such as the Regent Parrot, and Southern Bell Frog.

This 360-hectare property features a 95-hectare lagoon and is situated on the western side of the River Murray between Morgan and Blanchetown (approx. 2 hours from Adelaide).

Hope you can join us for this guided bird walk at Murbpook!
Getting Curious at Cadell
Where:
Cadell
When:
Monday 13 December 2021
Cost:
Free

Guided sunset walk to hear how a local community is helping save this wetland, and how to get involved in monitoring bats, frogs and turtles.

Free event, please contact Karen to register 0429 049 309 or email [email protected] 

This project is supported by the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board through funding from the Landscape Levies. 
Kangaroo Island Member Tour 2022
Where:
Kangaroo Island
When:
21-26 March 2022
Cost:
Members: $3350  GST incl.   Non-Members: $3650 GST incl.

Join us for an exclusive tour to see the amazing habitat restoration work being done on Kangaroo Island, post-bushfires.

Limited to 15 guests only! Book now to secure your place. Please click on the links for: Have you always wanted to visit Kangaroo Island, or been before but keen to see how the bushfire recovery efforts are progressing?

Join our exclusive group of nature lovers for an informative and rare opportunity to see on-ground conservation projects. Learn more about Nature Foundation’s involvement on Kangaroo Island – Cygnet Park Sanctuary, KI Native Plant Nursery, Glossy Black-cockatoo Project, The Feral Cat Eradication Project and Seal Bay Conservation Project.

Tour includes:
  • Three nights Kangaroo Island Seafront Penneshaw
  • Two nights Kangaroo Island Seaside Inn, Kingscote
  • All meals with a variety of exciting dining experiences
  • Comfortable 4WD travel with only three guests per vehicle
  • All transfers
  • Knowledgeable leaders and informative presentations
  • Private Raptor Domain Tour and many other KI highlights
  • Gift Bag.