Registrations have now closed for Adelaide Botanic Garden’s 2019 World Environment Day celebrations.
Thank you to all the schools that have registered. We look forward to another great day inspiring the future generation of environmentalists!
Classes from Reception to Year 7 will join us for our 23rd year of the event, aimed at raising awareness and educating young South Australians on global and local issues relating to the environment and action we can all take to address these issues.
Participating students will be able to enjoy a range of interactive environmental presentations covering important topics such as preserving endangered species, native bees, worms and compost.
Download the event flyer here.
Details for this year’s event are:
- Date: Wednesday 5 June 2019
- Time: 10am to 2pm
- Venue: Adelaide Botanic Garden
- For: Classes of Reception to Year 7 students
- Cost: Classes of 10-19 students: $75 + booking fee per class
Classes of 20-30 students: $100 + booking fee per class
*Discounts apply to Department for Education Category 1-4 Schools - please email us at DEWWED@sa.gov.au to find out how to receive this discount for 2020.
Thank you to Veolia, who will be helping us to turn waste from the event into valuable resources.
Adelaide Botanic Garden's World Environment Day celebrations are the state’s biggest WED event.
Presenters from respected organisations such as CSIRO, Sea Shepherd, Cleland Wildlife Park, KESAB, Botanic Gardens of South Australia, SA Seed Conservation Centre and State Herbarium regularly attend to impart their knowledge to the state’s budding environmentalists.
World Environment Day is the United Nations’ most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment.
Adelaide Botanic Garden has educated tens-of-thousands of SA school students at its annual celebration, which started in 1996.