"Extremely well managed, extremely well organised and really engaging for the children.”
~ Mother Teresa Catholic Primary School
“The team has extensive knowledge delivered with professionalism and heart-warming stories.”
~ Inforum Education Australia
“The commitment the Team at Natura has for the Environment and Education is truly inspiring.”
~ TAFE Queensland
“Natura Pacific is an excellent organisation to work with. They are a competent, efficient, and agreeable team with great ideas and outstanding ethics.
~ Sugarbag Bees
“The children had a wonderful time and were really blessed by it. Also, do you have a postal address as they have a card they have made to say thank you and I’d like to post it to you if we can. Thanks again for a wonderful day.”
~ Hillcrest Christian College
“Excellent opportunity to allow hands-on for students in a meaningful, relevant and local context.”
~ Elanora State School
“The educator had exceptional knowledge and shared this with the students in a way they could follow and understand. Loved it!”
~ Currumbin Community Farm Campus
“Congratulations on being so child-centered and focused during your presentation. The way you responded to the children and their questions was fantastic. Great products and messages."
~ St Andrews Lutheran College
“Great service! Children learned so much and extended what they learned throughout the week.”
~ Little Scholars School of Early Learning
“Another great lesson, all age-appropriate and easy for us to follow through with the children.”
Natura Pacific was engaged by Lendlease Communities to create a suite of interpretive signage focussed on the Indigenous history and culture of the landscape surrounding the newly emerging Yarrabilba community in Logan Shire. The signage included 10 small signs explaining the Indigenous uses for a variety of native plant life that occurs in the local bushland, along with 6 larger interpretive panels that further explored the significance of the local landscape to the Indigenous people.
Since 2017 Natura Pacific has developed ‘Back from the Brink’, the first venture of its kind to showcase a series of short films and podcasts about South East Queensland’s most threatened plants and animals, what is happening to them, and how we can help save them from extinction.
From giant orchids to hammerhead sharks, the project delves into tangible actions each and every one of us can take part in to support and celebrate these species.