Hands touching tree


An immersive short course to better understand and create nature experiences for health and wellbeing.

Sunday 27 – Tues 29 June 2021
Burnley Campus, University of Melbourne


People living in cities face increasing disconnection from the natural world and in this year, perhaps more than any other, we have become more aware of the importance of nature in our lives. Nature Connections for Wellbeing explores the role of natural environments in supporting health and wellbeing.

Course outcomes

  • Learn with leading Australian and International scholars and practitioners all exploring nature and wellbeing across different fields
  • Bring theory to life by experiencing nature activities firsthand, with a guided process to connect back with your own practice and interests
  • Apply the learnings to your professional practice to develop evidence-informed solutions and recommendations
  • Opportunities for discussion and networking with a diverse group of professionals, including an optional networking dinner.

See the course schedule and register here

Contact: Dr Kate Lee kate.lee@unimelb.edu.au

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