Special Events & Projects

As a social enterprise Nature Freedom participates in special community events and works to create and develop unique projects where individuals from all backgrounds can come together, develop skills relating to the environment and sustainability and increase their knowledge of what it really means to be inclusive.

We want to open the gates and invite everybody to come ‘walk with us’. Join our special events and projects and attend our events so we can learn from each other and create truly inclusive communities.


  • Clean Up Australia Day – An Inclusive Clean Up Event

    Since 2018, Nature Freedom has facilitated and run a successful annual Clean Up Australia Day community event in Brisbane. The focus of this event is to promote environmental sustainability by removing litter and waste from the natural environment, parks and outdoor recreational facilities and to build community. 

    We invite everyone to come ‘clean up with us!’

  • Free Entrance 
  • Free BBQ Brunch
  • Free Entertainment
  • Environmental Stalls & Displays
  • Date: 

    Sunday 7th March 2021


    8.00am to 12.00pm


    Carindale Recreational Reserve (near playground)

The Brisbane Inclusive Tree Planting event – National Tree Day

In 2019, Nature Freedom held our first inclusive tree planting event in Indooroopilly on the bank of the Brisbane River. 

We invite everyone to come ‘plant a tree or two with us!’

  • Free Entrance 
  • Food
  • New Friends

Sunday 1st August 2021

8.00am to 12.00pm




Clean & Green Warriors – Brisbane, Redlands & Logan 

Clean & Green Warriors is a new program that will enable individuals from all walks of life especially young people living with disabilities and mental health to build their experience and engagement in litter prevention and environmental protection activities.

This program will focus on improving social inclusion of volunteers as part of the environmental community to learn about the beauty of natural environments while practically supporting their local environment. The working bee days with social engagement opportunities involve cleaning up the parks, bushlands and alongside the water (creeks, etc) across the Greater Brisbane Region.

Engagement meets opportunity. Volunteers will build their confidence in cleaning up the litter while making positive socio-environmental relationships as a benefit from the program. The ‘Warriors’ are emerging leaders to take initiative in keeping our natural environment free of litter.

Date: July 2021

(Pilot project commences)


Community Garden Development project – Brisbane City 

Working with schools, community organisations and commercial property developers this project aims to train and equip people with disabilities with the necessary skills to manage community garden projects including construction and ongoing maintenance.

Date: August 2021  

(Pilot project commences)


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