Nature-based therapy

Nature-based therapy is just that, it’s occupational therapy that is completed in a nature-based bush setting. We can often work on similar goals to that of the clinical space however the natural environment offers a range of different opportunities not available to us in the clinic. Connection to nature and within nature is a powerful tool with more and more research being discovered each day as evidence. In this space we can work on self-worth, confidence, social skills, emotional regulation, mental health, physical development and much more.

Currently, we have access to a 200Ha bush site in the Northern Suburbs of Adelaide where we can see children under NDIS funding (self-managed only), Mental Health Care Plan (Medicare) or Private funding. If interesting in booking or wanting more information please contact us at

Nature-based Group therapy

Groups provide a powerful opportunity for connection, reflection and belonging. Within groups we can create space for new relationships and experiences that aren’t available elsewhere. Adding a natural environment to the equation provides another layer for connections but also a calming space where children can experience trust and responsibility.

Our Nature-based Group Therapy is yet to be available but if you have questions or want to go on a waiting list please contact us at

POP up wild playgroups

Our Pop Up Wild Playgroups aim to support you to get in and amongst your local wild spaces, wherever you may be. 

The session act as inspiration for the children to play and explore their natural surroundings. Mostly we utilise the natural environment but bring along elements that aim to add value and interest for the children.

If you are interested in partnering up with us to run session fro you community, whether you are a council or organisation get in touch with us at



We love collaborating and love getting involved in projects - whether it be adding value to a project or managing one. If you are a council or organisation feel free to get in touch so we can explore further how we can work together.