Learn about us and our cooler, greener, wilder plans for Adelaide.
We are responsible for the hills to the sea of metro Adelaide. See our map for the finer details.
Read our plans and reports on creating a cooler, greener and wilder city.
Let us introduce you to our board members.
Green Adelaide welcomes requests from external organisations for sponsorships of events, initiatives and programs.
The FOI Act provides members of the public a right of access to documents held by government. Learn how to make an FOI request to Green Adelaide.
Here you’ll find nature volunteer opportunities and practical support for your environmental volunteer group.
Looking for local environmental teaching help? Connect with our in-school support and download sustainability education tools.
Find out about our young people environmental activities and programs.
Share your ideas with us for projects and activities to cool, green and wild the city.
We are proud to support many awards that celebrate local green champions and their efforts to create a cooler, greener and wilder city. Browse our award options.
This program offers two separate courses – one for youth and the other for adults – to community members who are passionate about protecting and conserving Adelaide’s stunning coastlines and marine life.
We have a range of courses and events to help you learn new nature skills, meet like-minded people and have a lot of fun.
We support environment centres in greater Adelaide as places for you to visit and gather local nature information and training. Find out where they are and what they offer.
Our Grassroots Grants put much needed funds into the hands of individuals, schools and community groups to help them transform their local environments.
The Cooler, Greener, Wilder Grants Program for local governments provides support to Adelaide’s metropolitan councils to deliver greening outcomes, incorporate water sensitive urban design or biodiversity sensitive urban design principles.
Browse how our grants are creating a cooler, greener and wilder city.
Food gardening gives you fresh, healthy food at your fingertips and can help you save money on your grocery bill. Find out how to get started.
Save money, eat more nutritious food, connect with nature, feel better, and look after the environment – could the reasons for food gardening be any better?
Discover the right time of year to plant your favourite edibles.
Our summary to growing your own food.
Edible gardens provide a range of benefits, including the ability to share your freshly grown produce.
Check out the benefits of local and seasonal produce.
It’s a little-known fact that some plants – despite their availability as seedlings – are better grown from seed. Set yourself up for success by finding out which ones.
Get started planting seeds in your new veggie garden.
Ready to dive into gardening with some seedlings? Discover the best varieties to get you started.
There’s a few simple steps to follow when planting vegetable seedlings in your garden. Here’s everything you need to know.
Don't have a lot of room for your edible garden? We've compiled our top veggies to grow in small spaces.
Learn how to take a cost-saving approach to your vegetable patch.
Need your edible garden to work out? Check out our 7 top veggies to get the most bang for your buck.
Compost has great benefits for your garden. Let's discover how to compost and why you should do it.
While fresh veggies are excellent for our health, there are some that are not so good for our four-legged friends. Let's discover how to create a dog-safe veggie patch.
Expand your food garden the cheapest way possible – by growing from cuttings.
Looking for a unique spin on food gardening? Planting a tea garden might be right up your alley.
Sometimes it feels like we spend a lot of time trying to keep bugs out of our garden, when actually it is useful to have some bugs around.
Food brings people together, and your edible garden can bring a range of benefits in connection with nature and people.
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