Our Vision |  to enable people to fully realise the health and wellbeing benefits of nature.

We are a professional team committed to providing access to the latest nature-wellbeing research, workshops and training programs, nature-based masterplan design and customised wellness trails. Providing nature-based solutions for your community, learning space, workplace or home.

The mental, physical and social benefits of nature now scientifically supported with a body of evidence too compelling to ignore. Nature enhances our ability to manage stress, improves sustained attention, social cohesion, mental and motor functions, self-esteem, health and immune function, stewardship behaviour and children’s resilience.

Being outside is good, but connecting or noticing nature is better!  Our work seeks to create opportunities to mainstream the benefits of nature as part of everyday healthier and happier living.

For more information download our brochure here! 

Learn more about our Nature-Wellness Trails!

Be part of the change to harness the wellbeing potential of our green spaces. We are looking for project partners to collaborate on our nature-wellness trail projects. If you are interested in learning more about our trails or developing a trail for your site, please CONTACT US


See what people are saying

“Thank you. We rarely receive 100% very high rating for workshops so this is a real measure of the all-out appreciation for what and how you presented.”

Willoughby Council

 The workshop was beautifully put together. I learnt that I can take time out using all my senses to connect with nature can be done within as little as 10 minutes.”

Canada Bay Council Workshop Participant

The presenters passion in their workshop delivery and their understanding of the many benefits of nature was informative and inspiring.”

Woollahra Council Workshop Participant

We were guided on a beautiful and mindful walk which was different to any other walks I have done before that churn out information. This walk was different. By incorporating sensory interactions using feel, touch, smell and taste, we as participants felt more present with nature.”

Park Ranger, Sydney Olympic Park


We acknowledge that we meet, play, work and live on this wonderful country of Australia, which has been occupied by Aboriginal peoples for thousands of generations. We thank all of the caretakers past and present, for their tending of land, waterways and cultures. We pay our deepest respects to the Elders: past, present and emerging.