Community Forums

Nature Play QLD often partners with local governments or large organisations to deliver Nature Play Community Forums.

These events combine nature play experts with local nature play leaders and citizens to discuss or address community concerns regarding children’s play. 

Format

Community forums may take any format that suits you, however past events have included elements of the following:

  • Keynote addresses by experts
  • Panel conversations
  • Q&A time with audience members
  • Screenings

Fee

Fees will differ depending on the type of engagement, length of event and more.  Fee for services can include:

  • Coordination of speakers, talent and/or screening
  • Speaking engagement of Nature Play staff
  • Complete marketing and promotions
  • Ticketing administration
  • VIP audience invitations

Fees or reimbursement for incurred travel expenses may also result.  

We would kindly ask you to coordinate:

  • Project outline
  • Event description
  • Venue
  • Catering

Please contact us to find out more.

 

Recent past Community Forums have included:

 

Bundaberg Neighbourhood Nature Play Community Forum

Hyahno Moser with special Guest, Dr Rachael Sharman from the University of Sunshine Coast lead discussions about how our community needs to change to protect our children’s right to play outdoors.  This hugely popular event was delivered at Brothers Sports Club in Bundaberg and was proudly sponsored by Bundaberg Regional Council.

 

Cairns: Reclaim the Neighbourhood for Neighbourhood Nature Play

Nature Play QLD and QORF partnered with Sport and Recreation Services (Cairns Regional Council) to present a free panel forum discussion and screening of Project Wild Thing in Cairns.   The panel consisted of Guest Speaker: Dr Rachael Sharman, Nature Play QLD’s Hyahno Moser, three local nature play leaders, and a local ABC Radio personality, Abbey Stainbridge, as MC.

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