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Loose Parts Nature Play Workshop - Townsville

Annandale, 4818

25 Oct 2018 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Hands on fun and learning about the benefits of loose parts nature play WHAT YOU WILL GET OUT OF THIS WORKSHOP: • You will learn about the benefits of ‘loose parts nature playing’ to children and how you can facilitate this valuable type of…

Forest School Leader Training

Capalaba, 4157

29 Oct 2018 - 2 Nov 2018

Level 3 Forest School Leader Training These courses are an opportunity to qualify as a Forest School Leader in Australia! It is a thorough training qualification which will provide you with the knowledge and skills to set up and run a Forest Scho…

Childhood Summit 2019

Bowen Hills, 4006

28 Mar 2019 - 30 Mar 2019

CHILDHOOD SUMMIT 3 DAYS CONFERENCE BRISBANE CBD LOCATION INTERNATIONAL KEY NOTE SPEAKERS DIVERSE WORKSHOPS LOTS OF PLAY The CHILDHOOD SUMMIT 2019 will last three days and bring together over twenty thought leaders, gatekeepers, key…
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How mud helps your children’s health in 5 ways

One doctor tells us why we should embrace the muddy footprints on the floor and the dirty finger marks on the walls - in fact he gives us five pretty convincing health reasons to encourage messy play!

Mud World is the Best Outdoor Festival for Kids!

Independent review of our Nature Play QLD Mud World Festival, by Amber Greene, Roam the Gnome Family Travel Directory.

What Nature Play QLD is all about

Nature Play QLD's mission is to increase the time Queensland kids spend in unstructured play outdoors and in nature. It is founded on the understanding that unstructured play outdoors - nature play - is fundamental to a full and healthy childhood.

Find out more about Nature Play QLD's mission and watch our short intro video.

GROW With Nature Play

GROW with Nature Play is the practical play app featuring heaps of things-to-do, tips, hints, and all sorts of information about how and why playing in nature can benefit your baby.

Designed for parents, carers and early childhood professionals of children 0 – 3 years old, the important formative years of a child’s life, the app allows parents to plan age appropriate play lists that improve development, health, wellbeing, confidence, curiosity, and family bonds.

Re-Wilding Benji

'After several years in captivity, 'Benji' is about to be reintroduced into his natural environment.'

A very funny Nature Play QLD video! Our team had a good giggle watching this - we hope you enjoy our new ad as much as we did.

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