Nature Journaling at Lartelare
Join us in this beautiful park by the river and have a go at nature journaling.
Learn to sketch, make notes and record your surrounds in a gentle, fun and supported way.
No experience is needed - this relaxing workshop will introduce you to seeing nature in different ways.
In this nature journaling workshop with Jenny Deans, an experienced facilitator and guide, you will receive everything you need in a small take home pack (including a notebook, pencils and guide for you to use again later).
This event is open to everyone and will suit all levels of drawing and creative writing skills.
While the event is aimed at adults, families are also welcome to attend. Children will need to have a concession ticket, must be accompanied by a guardian and be appropriately supervised at all times. The workshop is generally suited to children over 8 years but may suit some younger children.
Lartelare is a beautiful, waterfront space to explore, observe and reflect. Lartelare was designed as a place to tell local Aboriginal stories and to recognise the birthplace of Lartelare. Full of local native plants, it is a space that combines art, history, nature and play.
Parking is available under the Hart Street Bridge, accessed from Wirra Drive (note the nearest public toilets are a 5 minute walk away).
Please dress for the weather and remember to bring a hat, sunscreen, water bottle and snacks. By the river, with shade from the bridge above, we should be protected from the worst of the summer heat.
We will postpone the event if the weather forecast is over 35 DecC and will notify you of this via email and sms. If we need to postpone, the backup date is Saturday 17 February, 9am - 11am.
Please contact the Port Environment Centre if you have any mobility or access concerns.
Numbers are limited, so please let us know if you can no longer make it.
For event enquiries please contact the Port Environment Centre on 0488 229 925 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Port Environment Centre is funded by Green Adelaide with additional support from the City of Port Adelaide Enfield and the Suzanne Elliott Charitable Trust.
Attendee information may be used for follow up evaluation, in
order to assess the longer term impacts of our events. Follow up contact
may be made (in the form of a survey) but participation in any
evaluation is optional.
Marni ngadlu tampinthi ngadlu Kaurna yartanga inparrinthi
It is good that we all acknowledge we are living on Kaurna Country.