Mushroom Fungi Colouring Page

A pine forest landscape with mushrooms, fungi, glowing mushrooms, tree trunks, stumps, logs, moss & ferns to colour in.

Did you know that magical things happen in the forest at night? It’s true, we’ve seen it with our own eyes!  

It may be cold, and dark, and very quiet but if you are in the right place at the right time of year then you may just see the magic come to life.  We followed the trail into the forest, through the misting rain, over logs and under the tall pine tree branches until we reached the spot where the Ghost Mushrooms grow. A soft green glow here and a brighter glow over there, dotted across the forest floor and perched upon the tree stumps were the glowing (bioluminescent) mushrooms. A truly magical sight and the inspiration for our “Mushroom Fungi Colouring Page”.  So you know which mushrooms to colour fluorescent green, follow the links on the main page to Planet Designs Overland Instagram or Facebook where you can see photo’s of Ghost Mushrooms we captured on our recent visit to “Ghost Mushroom Lane”.  

If you’d like to visit “Ghost Mushroom Lane” it’s located in Glencoe, about 15 minutes from Mount Gambier in South Australia. You’ll need to book a ticket through the Forestry SA website:

Click the link to download this colouring activity from Planet Designs Kids Planet Designs Kids Free Downloads on our website or on our Pinterest account. 

To download or print using the above links: 

* Planet Designs Kids Free Downloads (on our website) - click the “Planet Designs Kids Free Downloads” link and it will take you to the free downloads page on our website. Put in your email address and you’ll have free access to all of our free colouring activities. Click “Continue”, then on the page you want click “Download”, and it will then be saved in your downloads folder where you can print it.

* Pinterest - click the “Pinterest” link and it will take you to the Planet Designs Kids Pinterest account where you can find the above colouring activity, click the menu button at top of picture (3 dots … ), and select “Download Image”, it will then be saved in your downloads folder where you can print it.

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