How to Book for an Event or Workshop


To book for an event, please click on the button under the event you want to book for.

If there is no "Book now" button, please contact the phone number below the event entry.

We are trialling the event booking service "EventBrite" and would appreciate any feedback to info@willungaenviro.org.au.


The WEC holds regular events including workshops and guest speakers, along with field trips. These events cover a wide range of environmental issues and there is something for everyone. Please be aware, these events are PERFUME FREE events.

To book in for any workshops please complete the form on this page, phone the Centre on 8556 4188 or email us at: info@willungaenviro.org.au

Keep checking back, it's always updating!

 2018 Workshops and events 

 December and January

We are resting up and enjoying the festive merriment!

February 2018

Beginners Veggie Seedlings with Chas -Saturday 10th February @ 11 am

Come along and learn how to propagate your own seedlings with Chas. This very intimate grass roots workshop will teach you the very basics of how to propogate, which soils are best and how simple it really is to grow your own from seed to table! Very limited places so book early to avoid disappointment! This event is being held in partnership with Sustainable Onkaparinga!



Ruth Trigg presents "Industrial Hemp Developments in SA" Wednesday 21st February @ 7pm 

Legislation allowing farmers to grow industrial (low THC) hemp  was passed in South Australia in April 2017 (the last state to gain this right).Legislation was also passed in Australia and NZ  in April 2017 to allow  people (and animals) to consume hemp seed and oil.Ruth will discuss how the industrial hemp industry is developing in South Australia, and what the environmental and economic benefits are for the land and for people.

Jenni McGlennon from Onkaparinga Council -  Urban Forrest Program" Wednesday 14th March @ 7pm 

Greening Onkaparinga 

The City of Onkaparinga has set a series of urban forest targets that will see a 20% increase in urban green cover (trees and shrubs) in our urban area by 2045.  This will amount to 100,000 new trees in street verges, waterways and parks on council land. Community support will be needed to meet this goal. 

The new targets are in response to the community asking for more trees and mapping undertaken in 2016 which showed that canopy cover is uneven across our region’s suburbs and townships.

Staff from the Sustainability and Urban Forest teams will present on the City of Onkaparinga Urban Forest program, its benefits and challenges, and provide an overview of how trees are managed on council land. 

Save the date for Emerites Professor Ian Lowe - Climate Change Science" Wednesday 21st March @ 7pm. Details to follow


Elisa Sparrow - Small Native Mammals of the Fleurieu Wednesday 4th April @ 7pm 

  • Curious about any small native mammals still on the Fleurieu?
  • Wondering what furry little critters live around your property?
  • Want to know how to identify native mammals from introduced ones?
  • Interested in how to conserve and protect these species?

Join District Ecologist Dr Elisa Sparrow for information on small mammal species in the region; their conservation status, ecology, behaviour, habitat requirements and distribution.

The session will also include:

  • steps on how to set up remote sensor cameras to detect small mammals
  • tips on how to ID different species
  • practical advice on what we can do to help these critters
  • an overview on how information builds knowledge and helps manage natural resources


 2017 Past Workshops and Events

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