All of Nature Freedom’s programs are designed with a focus on the lived experiences of young people with disabilities and/or mental health issues, co-design, accessibility, and inclusiveness. We run various events and activities both outdoors and indoors. Our programs are all about getting together to help each other experience the joys and benefits of being in nature.
To ensure our programs are high quality and provide the best experience for our participants we partner with local outdoor recreational organisations and venues. All activities are run by highly trained and fully qualified instructors and guides.
Outdoor Adventure Activities
- Rock Climbing
- Team Building
Environmental Craft & Nature Workshops
Get your hands dirty and experience nature with all your senses at our fun, educational and environmentally sustainable workshops.
Learn how to create, make, and grow with activities that include:
- Frog Hotel
- Beeswax Wraps
- Nature Journal
- Clay Painting
- Growing foods and community gardens
- Nature card making
- Bird and mangrove walks
School Holiday Programs
Parents, guardians, carers, siblings, other family members and friends all welcome.
Come and meet and make friends with other families and individuals living with a disability and or/mental health issues.
These programs are co-designed to tailor to the needs of and accommodate kids who would like to learn about environmental sustainability through nature craft activities.
Activities are like the workshops offered at the Environmental Crafts & Nature Workshops.
Locations of our activities
- Boondall Wetlands Environmental Centre
- Downfall Creek Environmental Centre
- Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre
- Thorneside (On border with Redlands with Tingalpa Creek)
Moreton Bay Regional