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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. We encourage participants to be FRAGRANCE FREE at these events. Some events have a fee or suggested donation associated with them. We appreciate your support of programs at the WEC including our YACCA Youth Group.

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 

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 2019 Workshops and events

Regular Boomerang Bag Workshops are BACK!!!  

Come and sew Boomerang bags to share with others! - 

You can come along and sew for a while, cut out material for others to sew or screen print the bags! Come for the whole time or for an hour! BYO sewing machine/overlocker if you have one. Morning tea provided. Free events


TIM MARSHALL - GOOD BUGS BAD BUGS -  Saturday 18th May @ 10.30

Tim is a well know trainer and writer of organic growing books and newspaper/magazine articles His books include Bug: The Ultimate Gardener’s Guide to Organic Pest Control. He has worked with organic standards and certification for 35 years and has visited thousands of organic farms in Australia and many other countries. Tim will be talking to us about Good and Bad Bugs in our gardens!




The Great Victoria Desert is the largest desert in South Australia.  It is located north of the Nullarbor Plain and continues north to the Musgrave and Everard Ranges in the APY Lands and extends west from the Stuart Highway near Coober Pedy to Laverton in Western Australia.  

This desert is unlike perceptions of a desert as it is well vegetated, however, there is no permanent water only surface water after rain.  After rain, the desert comes alive with an amazing variety of colourful plants including everlastings, Eremophila species, Senna sp., Ptilotus or ‘pussy tails’, wattles such as the mulga, quandongs, succulents and the brilliant yellow Grevillea junctifolia, yellow Desert Grevillia and pink Hakea provide a kaleidoscope of colour during a good season. 

The tall Desert or Mable Gums known by the aboriginal community as ‘Para’ are dominant on the landscape and provide hollows for the elusive Princes Parrot to nest.  Finally, the Ooldea mallee Eucalyptus youngiana has one of the largest fruits of all of South Australia’s eucalypts.

Jan’s talk will outline projects being carried out by the friends including: Photographing existing Dept. of Environment vegetation sites with standard camera and from a drone. Locating stands of a newly discovered Eucalypt Eucalyptus wyolensis and using a mobile phone with an ap. called ‘cybertracker’ to monitoring the damage caused to quandong trees by feral camels. 

She will also include images of the fauna and fauna of this little visited area of South Australia.






2018 Past Workshops and Events

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