Bookings now open for 2024!

Connecting children and families with nature and each other through play!

Nature connection groups and events in Belair National Park and surrounding areas for the health and wellbeing of children and their families as well as the planet!

We help create

CALM

CARE

CONFIDENCE

COORDINATION

and

CONNECTION

in children and families

  • At play naturally OT we can help you and your child connect more with nature and each other.

  • We understand the evidence of the benefits nature has on our health and wellbeing.

  • We love that supporting children to learn and play in nature helps them care about our planet and become more environmental aware adults.

  • We know that early learning and development helps children reach their potential and thrive

  • We see your child and family as a whole and understand the importance of relationships.

  • We understand that play is the most important ‘occupation’ for children and the best way to learn!

  • We offer a safe environment for you and your child to experience nature.

“The evidence is clear. One of the most important things that any of us can do for ourselves, those we love, people throughout the world, and the living systems that support all is to connect with nature”

Home to us all, Children & Nature Network 2018

Gumnut Babies/ Wild Sprouts (0 – 3 years) – Term 1 2024 – TUESDAY

Does your child love being outside?  Do you want to meet like-minded children and families? Do you want your child to get away from screens and technology? Do you want […]

A$25.00 – A$385.00
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Belair National Park, Upper Sturt Road
Belair, SA 5052 Australia
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Nature Explorers (3 – 5 yrs) – Term 1 2024 – TUESDAY

Does your child love being outside?  Do you want to meet like-minded children and families? Do you want your child to get away from screens and technology? Do you want […]

A$25.00 – A$385.00
Find out more
Belair National Park, Upper Sturt Road
Belair, SA 5052 Australia
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Wild Sprouts/ Gumnut Babies (0 – 3 yrs) – Term 1 2024 – WEDNESDAY

Does your child love being outside?  Do you want to meet like-minded children and families? Do you want your child to get away from screens and technology? Do you want […]

A$25.00 – A$385.00
Find out more
Belair National Park, Upper Sturt Road
Belair, SA 5052 Australia
+ Google Map

Nature Explorers (3 – 5 yrs) – Term 1 2024 – WEDNESDAY

Does your child love being outside?  Do you want to meet like-minded children and families? Do you want your child to get away from screens and technology? Do you want […]

A$25.00 – A$385.00
Find out more
Belair National Park, Upper Sturt Road
Belair, SA 5052 Australia
+ Google Map

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About

play naturally OT grew out of a desire to ensure all children and families have the opportunity to experience a connection with nature in a meaningful and joyful way.

Why nature and play?

Spending time in nature offers such an amazing range of health and wellbeing benefits for children and families.

Play is the best occupation and the most engaging and fun way to learn!

Programs and Events

Want to feel the health and wellbeing benefits of nature connection?

Want to sign up to a child development activity with your child, looking for another option that’s outside!?

Are you worried your family are surrounded by too many screens and inside a lot?

Are your children bouncing off the walls? We don’t have walls – come join us!

Do you have a busy lifestyle and are finding it hard to connect with your children?

Are you concerned about the health of the planet and the future of our children?

Come on!

There is no better time to connect with nature than now!

Join us in the great outdoors!

Do it for your children, your family and the planet!

And join our community for your FREE resource!

play naturally OT acknowledges the Kaurna people as the first peoples of the lands and waters that we live and play on and pays respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge and respect the deep connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to country, and hope we can continue that connection and care with nature in the future.