We’re looking forward to spending a day outdoors with you, giving something back to nature and having fun whilst we’re at it.
Register a spot, plant your plants…
Bio·R, Landscape SA – Murraylands and Riverland and many enthusiastic volunteers (including you!), will be coming together over 6 days in mid-late June 2022, to plant habitat for wildlife as part of our exciting restoration initiative at Frahns Farm.
We can’t wait to be outside and get our hands in the dirt either!
- June 11, 12,
18(SOLD OUT), 19, 25 26
8:45am – 4:00pm ACST
We have caterers organised to provide morning tea and lunch again this year, so please come prepared with your own plate, bowl, cutlery and cup. We’ll provide the washing up station! Feel free to bring chairs, picnic rugs or something else to sit on.
Catering is covered by Bio·R, however if you would like to offset the cost of your lunch ($25pp), then please select that option when registering. For those who have already registered (for free) and would like to offset your lunch, please consider making a donation.
What to bring:
- Plate, bowl, mug, cutlery and chair / morning tea for a catered lunch and morning tea.
- Full water bottle
- Sun / rain protection and warm clothes that can get dirty
- Trowel (please bring your own)
- Planting gloves, rubber boots
- Hand mattock (if you have one)
How to get here:
Please organise to car pool with your friends and family as there is limited parking and we can reduce our carbon footprint at the same time.
If coming from Adelaide, take the S.E. Freeway for approximately 35 minutes. Take the exit to Callington/Strathalbyn. Turn right onto Callington Rd, pass through the town then turn right onto Old Princes Rd at the t-junction. Follow this road for 2.9 km uphill then take the left onto Browns Rd (dirt road, avoid the sharp left onto Highlands Rd). Follow this road for 3.3 km, turning left onto Frahns Farm Rd at the first intersection, then left again after 350 m onto Wattle Rd. Follow this road for 2.2 km. Lookout for the large overland water pipe, electricity lines and BioR flag at the road. At this point enter the gate on your right and follow the track along the water pipe until you see cars parked on either side. Join us here!
First things first, please make sure to sign in at our registration desk when you arrive and sign out when you leave.
Please make sure you’ve watched our handy Planting Tips video (starring Brad!) with your family or friends before arriving on the day:
Watch our handy Planting Tips video (starring Brad!) with your family or friends before arriving on the day.
Can’t make it anymore?
We understand if something else comes up, but as our events typically fill up, please cancel your registration so that we can free up spaces for other people to attend. Find out how to access your order here to ‘request a refund’ here or email firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
Shoots n’ Roots – back again in 2022!
Frahns Farm Planting Festival 2022 (FFPF22) volunteers receive FREE tickets to Shoots n’ Roots 2022, our music festival and campout at Frahns Farm on June 18th. Check your FFPF22 confirmation email for the access code to reveal your free Shoots n’ Roots tickets before checkout.
Bio·R will also have merchandise available, including badges, puzzles, cards and KeepCups. Proceeds from these sales help with the costs of our revegetation work, so please consider taking a gift home with you to support our work for wildlife.
You’ll also get the opportunity to learn about how your efforts on the day will be directly helping local wildlife in the context of Adelaide’s surrounding ecology.
Meet like-minded people, get involved in some positive environmental action and have fun!
We can’t wait to see you there!
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge that this event will take place on the traditional lands of the Ngarrindjeri people and respect their elders past, present and emerging. We appreciate the Ngarrindjeri people’s innate and deep spiritual connection with the land and waters of this region and aspire to work alongside them in taking care of land and community.