What is a Nature Play passport?
The Nature Play Passport to an Amazing Childhood is all about getting kids (3 - 12+) outside to run, jump, climb, splash, invent, imagine, play and be a free-range kid.
Register now to get started! And see below how you can obtain a physical passport booklet to track your progress. You need an adult to register your account, then you can log on and get missions delivered to you online immediately.
For each mission you will have to go outside and complete an activity. Once you've done this confirm the mission online. You can also use the stickers included in your passport booklet. You might like to keep a list of all the missions you have completed in your physical passport booklet, or add drawings and stories to the pages.
The passports have ten “mission” pages, stickers, suggestions on great places to go and things to do outdoors and a list of 15 things every kid should do before they’re twelve.
How do I get a passport?
Passports have been offered to P&Cs at primary schools. If you are at a school that has not received passports and would like to, ask your P&C to make a bulk order (more than 20) for your school. We are also happy to post bulk orders of passports to playgroups, childcare centres, sporting associations or any group that works with children aged 3-12.
Alternatively you can pick up a passport at:
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and sponsored events
Canberra Visitors Centre
National Arboretum Canberra
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve
We apologise, unless you are in Queensland, at this time we do not have the resources to send out passports to individuals. But keep your eye out for updates by registering for our Nature Play newsletters or signing up for our Facebook page in your state. If you are located in Queensland, Nature Play QLD can send individual passports to Queensland postcodes.
Watch this video as an introduction to the Nature Play passport program.