Professional Learning at the Urrbrae Wetlands – New Date!

Professional development for pre-school, primary and secondary school educators and pre-service teachers About this event You are invited to a Professional Educational Tour for teachers & educators hosted by the Australian Association for Environmental Education SA Chapter (AAEESA) and Urrbrae Wetlands: Urrbrae Wetlands Educator Tour and more.... The event on Thursday, 10th November begins at 4.15pm (ACST time SA) and will conclude at 6:00pm. See flyer […]

AAEE-SA Member Christmas celebration

AAEE-SA Member Christmas celebration The event on Monday, 5th December begins at 6:00pm and will conclude at 8:00pm. Location: Botanic Park, Adelaide More details and registration coming soon

AUSMAP training day

AAEE SA is partnering with AUSMAP the Australian Microplastic Assessment Project to offer an AUSMAP training day! About this event This day provides you with accreditation to conduct AUSMAPs rigorous data collection and is ideal for secondary teachers and keen community members able to monitor an area four times a year. AUSMAP was awarded a […]

Australia Day 2023

The Story of Australia This is the Story of Australia - the story of an extraordinary nation. The Story begins 60,000 years ago. New chapters are written every day. On Australia Day, we reflect on our history, its highs and its lows. We respect the stories of others. And we celebrate our nation, its achievements […]

World Wetlands Day 2023

World Wetlands Day is celebrated internationally each year on 2 February. It marks the anniversary of the signing of the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance (Ramsar Convention) in Ramsar, Iran, on 2 February 1971. Since 1997, World Wetlands Day has been used to: Join in on the day. Attend a seminar or festival, help […]

Snorkel with EMS plus AAEE Seaweek learning

A guided snorkel of Port Noarlunga Reef with EMS guides. Wetsuit, fins and snorkel gear provided (or BYO). Adults and swimmers 10yrs + Location: Port Noarlunga - Port Noarlunga Surf Life Saving Club Port Noarlunga, SA 5167 Explore this amazing local Marine Sanctuary with trained EMS guides from 10am, and learn about Seaweek learning opportunities […]


FREE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EVENT Action4Ocean is a free event for teachers to connect with marine experts to support Ocean Literacy learning opportunities. Venue: The Sea Rescue Squadron, Barcoo Rd, West Beach

Schools Clean Up Day

Schools Clean Up Day (Friday 3 March 2023) is a fun and engaging way to teach young Australians about the responsible disposal of rubbish, resource recovery and the repercussions of rubbish dumped irresponsibly in the local environment. Not only do we provide schools with a free starter pack of materials, but our website also features […]

World Wildlife Day

What is World Wildlife Day? World Wildlife Day is celebrated annually on the 3rd of March in support of animals and plants across the world. The event was proposed by Thailand and was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly during its 68th meeting. The General Assembly reaffirmed the natural value of wildlife and its […]

Sea Week

What is SeaWeek SeaWeek is Australia’s major national public awareness campaign to focus community awareness, provide information and encourage an appreciation of the sea. SeaWeek gives us a fantastic opportunity to promote educational issues of relevance to the marine environment. SeaWeek events are organised and run by environmental and marine educators across the country. Australia is a marine nation. We […]

Clean Up Australia Day

Clean Up Australia inspires and empowers communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment.  What was started thirty years ago, by an "average Australian bloke" who had a simple idea to make a difference in his own backyard has now become the nation's largest community-based environmental event.

National Groundwater Awareness Week

Groundwater, while it seems like a fancy scientific term, is just water that’s held underneath the surface. While technological advancements have been made to help aid in water supply, groundwater still counts for the majority of the earth’s water supply that’s drinkable and usable. For many, however, groundwater doesn’t seem like an important issue. That’s […]