Partnerships

Contact us to help you organise an event, forum or community meeting in your local area to show the community how neighbourhood play and nature play could improve your area and grow your community.

Partnering with Nature Play QLD

Nature Play QLD’s mission is to work innovatively and collaboratively to make nature play an integral part of childhood. The secret to successfully achieving this mission has been, and always will be through respectful, reciprocal partnerships, collaboration, sharing resources and ideas and good communication with other like-minded organisations, companies and individuals.

The commitment of organisations and individuals to sit on Nature Play QLD’s Advisory Committee has been a major achievement in partnering to steer this relatively new organisation in the right direction.

We would like to continue partnering with like-minded people to keep realising our mission and help realise others’ goals and missions as well.

Reciprocal partnerships and collaboration can mean many things but we will always respect the needs and purpose of our partners and together achieve great things.

Reciprocal Partnership Opportunities

We are currently looking for Outdoor Recreation and Outdoor Education providers to partner with on our Outdoor Recreation Pathways Project. We also partner with environmental groups who are interested in creating resources for a growing green web resource for schools.
If you or your organisation are interested in partnering or collaborating with Nature Play QLD, either on a long term basis or on a specific projects, we would love to hear more about what you do and how you’re making QLD a better place for our youngest citizens.
You can contact our Partnerships and Program Manager, Angela Wright, on 0488 171 383 or at manager@natureplayqld.org.au.

Meet some of our 2020 partners

We are partnering with:

BUSHkids and The Outsiders Play Advocates to increase the knowledge and practice of loose parts play in Regional Queensland, to bring a fun and new type of physical activity to regional Qld and to help celebrate BUSHkids 85 birthday.

Pheonix Support to showcase Early Learning Centres, Outside Schools House Care and Schools implementing nature play and learning, bush and beach kindy and loose parts play.

Queensland Moto Park to create more nature play spaces at the park, find a home for Mud World and map the pathway for nature players into dirt bike riding.

Jump Up for Kids to promote the importance of loose parts play, outside nature play, and physical literacy for children and to make and share resources for mutual benefit.

Moreton Bay Regional Council to show case child friendly cities from across the world, consult with local children on making a child friendly Caboolture CDB and survey residents about their experiences with their families and in their neighbourhoods during Covid19 lock down.

Australian Citizen Science Association, CSIRO, and Office of the Chief Scientist to create the 2020 Nature Play QLD Bioblitz as an all year-round outdoor learning opportunity for outdoor learning.