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Kids do better outside!

Welcome to the Kids In Nature Network.
 

Being outdoors and in nature is good for us. It makes us happier, healthier, more resilient and more caring.

Over the past decades, childhood has changed. Kids have moved indoors as screens have replaced green places.

We act to empower, connect and grow a cross-sectoral movement that gets kids back outside. Join us.

 

Call for events Nature Play Week 2021

Nature Play Week 2021 will run from April 14-25.

The call to register your events is

now open.

Threatened Species Children's Art Competition 2019

The Threatened Species Children’s Art Competition 2019 had over 600 entries and celebrated its 40 finalists on National Threatened Species Day.

Have a look at the amazing artworks.

State of Nature Play Report

Have a read of what over 350 organisations working to connect kids to nature have told us.

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Join us!

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work, learn and play.

We thank them for sharing their culture and knowledge through stories, language, art and song.

We recognise the important role they have played for thousands of years and continue to play in caring for the land and waterways.  We pay our respects to the Elders past, present and future.

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