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Nature Festival: The Sea Dragon's Lair

Nature Festival: The Sea Dragon's Lair

Get crafty as you explore marine life in this artist-led print workshop.

In this Nature Festival event designed for children, dive into Chris De Rosa’s new art exhibition Seaweeding with its fluorescent green algae and forest of pink sea tulips in the on-site museum.

Then join the artist to make your own hyper-coloured underwater artwork using ocean sponges and marine algae as stamps.

Date: Thursday 13 October

Times: 10am - 11.30am or 2pm - 3.30pm

Where: Meet at the Goodman Building, Adelaide Botanic Garden (E17 on map)

Tickets: $20


About the event

Who is this workshop for?

Suitable for children 5 years and older.

Please note that parents/carers are required to be with their child throughout this event.

What to bring

Materials, paint and weedy sea dragon stencil are included in the ticket price.

Food and drink

Food and drink is available from the on-site cafe or kiosk for you to enjoy before or after the workshop.

Drinking fountains and water bottle refill stations are located around the Garden.


The event is held inside both the on-site Museum and Goodman Building, both of which are wheelchair accessible. There is wheelchair access along bitumen paths on the journey between both venues. Should you require more information, please reach out to us before the event for advice.


Toilets, including accessible toilets, and change tables are available within Adelaide Botanic Garden.

Getting here

Ticketed parking is available along Plane Tree Drive.

Patrons can also catch the bus to the Garden, and the tram stops 100m from the Main Gate on North Terrace (Botanic Gardens stop).

Nature Festival: The Sea Dragon's Lair

Image: Sea tulips by Chris De Rosa in the Seaweeding exhibition.

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