Wild Futures

Become a Seed Bomber in the Northern Rivers!

Calling all nature lovers in the Northern Rivers, NSW!

Hands holding seed bombs

Throughout February, you can join us to learn how to make seed bombs to help grow habitat for Koalas 🐨

Seeds bombs are an ancient technique used for propagating plants from seeds with minimal effort or soil disturbance. They’re made from seed, clay and compost, which is mixed up, rolled into balls and left to dry (think mud pies).

The Seed Bomb making events will be held at our Ballina Office, over the next two Wednesdays. All the seed bombs made will be used to enrich and grow critical habitat for Koalas throughout the Northern Rivers region.

Bookings for events are essential and can be made here:

Wednesday 16th February – morning



Wednesday 16th February – afternoon



Wednesday 23rd February – morning



Wed 23rd February – afternoon


Wild Futures

Proudly supported by our partners

NRMA Insurance

Seeds Of Change

This event is part of our Seeds Of Change project which is helping Koalas in New South Wales & Queensland. Interested in what else you can get involved in?