Natureweavers seasonal holiday programs are infamous throughout SE Queensland. Allow your children to re-wild on their holidays, experiencing the simple freedom of playing and learning in, with and from nature.

Next Program: Autumn

Monday 3 April – Thursday 6 April



Natureweavers is an award winning forest school on the Sunshine Coast, and we welcome all children aged 4-16 years to come and experience our forest school offerings during the holidays. Children will play and learn in wildspace, in tune with the natural rhythm of the season, the day and themselves.

Natureweavers programs are inspired by seasonal ecologies – the elemental associations of the season. Autumn is EARTH – rocks and minerals; seeds and soils; leaves and berries. We shall explore the peace and the power of EARTH in this holiday program. Children will learn how to find, harvest and use clay, ochre and earth pigments; explore earth-based herbal medicine; discover what to plant in the garden in autumn; learn wilderness awareness techniques for deep nature connection; and share in the autumn equinox  celebrations.


We welcome Natureweavers, new and old, to the Autumn  Holiday Program.


Dates: Monday 3 April – Thursday 6 April
When: 9.30am – 12.30pm daily
Where: Natureweavers, Black Mountain
Cost: $45 per session
Age: For children aged 4-16 years

Numbers are strictly limited.

Parents are welcome to stay if you like!

Weekly Earth School

Sacred & Seasonal


Natureweavers Weekly Earth School is for children aged 3-16 years. We gather Tuesdays – Fridays during term time.  Children learn bushcraft skills, permaculture design, herbal medicine, earth arts, indigenous wisdoms and enjoy the simple pleasure of learning in, with and from nature.

Natureweavers Sacred and Seasonal sessions are for people aged 14+ years. Seasonal gatherings offer us an opportunity to tune in to the sacred rhythm of the earth and be provided with practices to inspire a deeper connection to nature.

“They LOVED spending the day with you, Carly. They always do. Charlie really appreciates how much you trust them to use the knives, etc. It means a lot to him. And how you value and acknowledge their opinions. The boys really do love coming to your workshops. You are true gift to the world and we appreciate all that you do.”

Karen Smith