How to keep the kids connected to nature while staying indoors: wildlife colouring-in

Looking for indoor activities with a nature angle? We’ve got you covered with these wildlife colouring activities.

Being stuck indoors doesn’t mean your children have to disconnect from nature.

Why not bring nature indoors with a fun colouring-in activity instead?

And what's more fun than an activity involving South Australian wildlife? 

From the southern hairy-nosed wombat to Major Mitchell’s cockatoo, here are 5 South Australian wildlife colouring-in sheets for your little artists to enjoy.

All you need to do it print and they are ready to be coloured-in:

1. Southern hairy-nosed wombat

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(Click to download)


2. Regent parrot


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(Click to download)


3. Murray cod


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(Click to download)


4. Southern bell frog


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(Click to download)


5. Major Mitchell’s cockatoo


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(Click to download)


Download the rest and leave the kids to let their imaginations run wild.

Need more ideas of how to connect with nature at home? Take a virtual visit of South Australia’s national parks or get started with the new Junior Ranger activity.

(Main image courtesy of Donnie Ray Jones) 

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