Workshops & Events


Campfire Stories Adelaide

Thursday 22 February | 6.30 pm | $5/donation
New Beginnings: share your tale of venturing into the unknown. Come and share or come and listen. All welcome.


Boomerang Bags Sewing Bee

Saturday 17 March | 9.30 am | Free
Community made using recycled materials, Boomerang Bags are a free, fun, sustainable alternative to plastic bags.


Native Food Gardening

Saturday 7 April | 10 am | SOLD OUT
Learn what grows best in SA, why local natives are easier to care for. Includes walk to ID some plants and their uses.


Mud Dye Workshop

Saturday 26 May | 1o am | $150
Hands-on beginners course to explore the use of local clays, ochres, and earth to create colourful designs on cloth.


DIY Simple Produce Bag Workshop

Wednesday 28 February | 10.30am | $5
An Eco Families Adelaide workshop. Make your own reusable produce bag to take home. Children welcome.


Fermenting & Natural Dye Workshop

Tuesday 20 March | 6.30 pm | $90
Prepare traditional Sauerkraut and create your own remnant silk natural-dye scarf with the leftover ‘waste’.


The Sustainable Artist

Saturday 14 April | 10 am | $150 + bf
Join Alana Gregory to learn to make natural inks, unique brushes and charcoal using local renewable materials.


A New Economy: Film Night

Thursday 8th March | 6 pm | $5
Come along for an evening of shared food and conversation, followed by a screening of ‘A New Economy’.


Natural Dye Workshop

Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 March | 10am – 4pm | $350
2 day hands-on workshop with Samorn Sanixay and Alana Gregory.


Growing Great Veggies

Saturday 21st April | 9 am | $75
Take your vegetable growing to the next level with this one and a half day workshop.

Past Workshops and Events

Edible Flowers Workshop - Fruit Salad Cups
Edible Flowers Workshop – Fruit Salad Cups

Preserving the Home Harvest

Fermenting & Natural Dye Workshop

Eco Families Adelaide: Snack Sharing Session (repeat)

Eco Families Adelaide: Natural Remedies for all Seasons

Kefir and Kombucha: Fermented Goodness

Eco Families Adelaide: Snack Sharing Session

Growing Great Veggies

Feed your belly, not the bin! Food Waste Workshop

Eco Families Adelaide: Preserving Summer Delights

Film: Dirt! The Movie

Edible Flowers Workshop & Afternoon Tea

Native Food Gardening

Advanced Backyard Vegetable Gardening

Film: Fair Food The Documentary

Film: Just Eat It. A food waste story



Growing a Flourishing City for Birds, Bees, You and Me (Photo by Sam Ryan and Dani Austin).
Growing a Flourishing City for Birds, Bees, You and Me (Photo by Sam Ryan and Dani Austin).

Clothing as Medicine: Natural Dye and Ayurvedic Medicine workshop

Campfire Stories Australia: Spring Cleaning

Campfire Stories Australia: The Road Less Travelled

Natural Dye Workshop with Samorn Sanixay

Campfire Stories Australia: Courage

Re-Creating with Natural Dyes (Workshop)

Public Talk – Somebody Else’s Problem: Consumerism, Sustainability and Design with Robert Crocker.

Film: Love Thy Nature

Campfire Stories Australia: Belonging

Wildlife of Greater Adelaide, Meet author James Smith

Campfire Stories Australia: Change

Film: Dirt! The Movie

Native Bees in Your Backyard

Growing a Flourishing City With Costa Georgiadis… for birds, bees, you and me

Koalas of Adelaide

Film: The Best of Scinema International Science Film Festival

The Wonderful World of Frogs

Nesting Box Workshop



Film: Flow for the Love of Water

Water Sensitive Urban Design for Your Backyard

School Holiday Workshop - Nature Collections and Mandalas
School Holiday Workshop – Nature Collections and Mandalas

Hot Rocks!

Workshop for Homeschooling Families – The Wonderful World of Frogs

Edible Flowers for Kids

Kids Christmas Garden Crafts

Paper Making Workshop

Film: Oddball

Just Make It! Nature Collections and Mandalas

Urban Bugs N Slugs Safari

School Holiday Workshop – Nature Collections and Mandalas

Just Make It! Christmas Crafts for Children

Sharing food, conversation and inspiration. Monthly film night, screening of the french documentary ‘Tomorrow’.

Film Night: Tomorrow

Monthly Boomerang Bag Working Bees

Community Organising Training with the Wilderness Society