Two more nature journaling workshops announced for Victoria this autumn

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When I started offering nature journaling workshops back in 2016, the response was…. well there wasn’t much of a response at first. It can be rather discouraging to turn up to a venue to lead a workshop… and no-one else does!

Imagine my surprise and delight to find – a mere 4 years later – that my nature journaling workshops are now in hot demand!

The Mt Macedon workshop announced last week sold out very quickly, so I am now very pleased to announce two more ‘Introduction to Nature Journaling’ workshops for Victoria this autumn:

Tuesday 31st March 2020 at Pirianda Gardens, Olinda, Vic. $35 Bookings direct through this website.

Sunday 5th April 2020 at Bellbird Park, Bellbird Road, Kew, Vic. $10. Sponsored by Eucalypt Australia and organised by Eucalypt Australia and Remember the Wild. Bookings through Eventbrite.

Thank you to In My Nature, Eucalypt Australia and Remember the Wild for helping to make these workshops happen.

And thank you to everyone reading this for your interest and support.

And a special, fond, shout-out to those of you who were there right at the beginning of this blog – you know who you are 🙂

8 Responses

  1. Margaret Taylor

    Hi Paula
    I posted a message about your workshop on a homeschooling website that received some likes. I hope some of the gals turn up. Your workshops are the best. One of my boys was offered a place in the Environmental Science and Management degree at Newcastle.

    • Paula Peeters

      Thanks Margaret! You are nice for saying so. I’m thrilled that one of your boys is going on to do Environmental Science and Management at Uni. Fabulous! Take care, Paula

  2. Katie the Bush Fairy

    This is excellent Paula, congratulations! Your work is very important and highly inspiring; I’m not surprised at all to read of workshops reaching maximum capacity within a few days! I very much look forward to seeing you in Mount Macedon. 🙂

    • Paula Peeters

      Thanks Katie, you are very kind and encouraging 🙂 I look forward to meeting you too. Cheers, Paula

  3. Sue Southwood

    If you can possibly stop off in Wollondilly Shire there are some very interested people here in trying to save our wild places. Lots of fire impact, but lots just drought. That rain is a blessing and more to come…and all i’ve got here is grass! But green is better than grey. Good luck with your travels and workshops…just wish I could join you. Sue (Do you know of Sandon River up near MacLean?)

    • Paula Peeters

      Hi Sue, that sounds fab. Unfortunately I won’t be going near Wollondilly this time, but there is a conference down your way, later in the year… you never know. I will look up Sandon River too… All the best, Paula

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