Event

Design your dream coastal garden - FREE interactive workshop

11 April 2019 until 13 April 2019

Participants coastal garden design

How does your garden grow?

Do you have a coastal property with a garden that is not standing up to harsh coastal environments? Would you like to transform your existing garden into a showcase garden or design a new garden from scratch?

Join us at one of three, hands-on, interactive coastal garden design workshops, in Seacliff, Two Wells or Middleton. They're completely free!

You will learn to:

  • create a coastal garden design to suit your particular site and needs
  • develop an action plan to transform your coastal garden
  • establish and maintain your new garden in the longer term.

Suits

Anyone with a coastal property, this may include but is not limited to residential and holiday homes, caravan parks, motels, community clubs and more.

Coastal gardens workshop design

Participants' garden design

Testimonial from a coastal resident

In 2017 I participated in a coastal garden design workshop funded by the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board. I wasn’t sure what to expect and was a little nervous about my ability to design a garden. I needn’t had worried as the experience was great. It was such a good step by step workshop and really helpful to have a staff member assist at each table. The materials I received were really useful too.

2019 workshops

Date Time Venue Further reading
FULL Thurs 11 April 10.00 am – 2.30 pm Kauri Parade Sports Complex, Seacliff Download the Seacliff flyer
Fri 12 April 10.00 am – 2.30 pm Bowling Club, Two Wells Download the Two Wells flyer
FULL Sat 13 April 10.00 am – 2.30 pm Pioneer Community Hall, Middleton Download the Middleton flyer

Register and more information

Email Linda Durham or phone 8273 9147.

Prior to the workshop each person will be posted an introduction package with instructions on what to do before you attend. We expect you will need to spend 1-2 hours preparing for the workshop. All other resources are provided on the day.

If your group, council or organisation would like to run a workshop in the future please get in contact Linda to discuss this opportunity. 

Deadline

20 March 2019.

These workshops are proudly supported by City of Holdfast Bay, Adelaide Plains Council and Alexandrina Council. Preference will be given to those who reside in these councils however others are encouraged to register.

Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges