We have seen a few busy months with our first 3 events of the year booked out before we even posted them on the website.                                                                                                         The Rock Art Tour was absolutely moving and all felt the need to have these places conserved and protected to remain as a significant part of Australian and local history. Cheese making, what a buzz and thrill to actually make your own haloumi and ricotta cheese. There is a waiting list to fill the next two classes.                                                       Nature Crafts for Kids was a terrific way to encourage children to look around their environment and create patterns or critters with seeds, flowers, seed pods and feathers. Micro Bats of the Mt Lofty Ranges was well presented by Chris Grant – there is a healthy interest in bats. Mary Crichton from Adelaide Bat Care also came along with Miss Lily and Barbie, 2 little bats in her care.




On Saturday June 4th, the AHNRC will present awards to 5 Quiet Green Achievers. Once again, the winners demonstrate a passion for the environment and their community. World Environment Day will be celebrated – come and join us!

10 am Hills Harvest Exchange  11am Welcome to Country to recognise Reconciliation Week 11.30 Quiet Green Achievers Award presentations. noon Shared lunch

Mobile Muster

Do you have an old mobile phone you no longer need and aren’t sure what to do with it?

We’ll take it! AHNRC is now a drop off point for MobileMuster.

Mobile phones are not biodegradable and contain substances that can be potentially harmful to the environment if they are not disposed of correctly when the phone is no longer needed.

To help reduce the number of mobile phone and accessories tossed into rubbish bins each year, drop your unwanted mobile and accessories off at the centre and we’ll recycle them for you.