Australian National Botanic Gardens

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DinotraX – a dinosaur adventure ended on Sunday 28 July 2019.

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Current events

NatureArt Lab School Holiday Program

NatureArt Lab School Holiday Program – What is that?

28–31 January, 10.00 am – 2.00 pm — Banks Building

Have fun exploring the Gardens with NatureArt Lab’s exciting school holiday program!

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Snakes Alive! Rosenberg's Monitor

Snakes Alive!

10.00 am – 4.00 pm, 13–19 January 2020
Feeding times: 11.00 am and 2.00 pm daily
— Crosbie Morrison Building


Live displays, feeding and handling of snakes, lizards, frogs, turtles and crocodiles, with a special feature on Goannas.

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Summer Sounds on the Eucalypt Lawn

Summer Sounds

Saturdays and Sundays 18 & 19 January, 25 & 26 January, 1 & 2 February

Postponed



Kicking off an epic event program to celebrate the Australian National Botanic Gardens’ 50th Anniversary, Summer Sounds 2020 is set to entertain the whole family this summer.

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Sunset Cinema on the Eucalypt Lawn

Sunset Cinema

Wednesdays to Sundays, 21 November 2019 to Sunday 12 January 2020. Gates open 6:30 pm. Note opening night is a Thursday and closing night is a Saturday. — Eucalypt Lawn

Experience cinema among the eucalypts this summer. Gather together your family and friends for a night out to remember. Sit back, relax and watch the stars under the stars!

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6–28 July 2019 — Australian National Botanic Gardens and the National Dinosaur Museum

Become an intrepid explorer and step back in time on a dinosaur adventure trail through the Gardens and the National Dinosaur Museum.

Bring family and friends for this rare opportunity to encounter dinosaurs and plant fossils among the landscapes they once inhabited.

Dinosaur herds, ancient petrified wood, living fossil plants and flying winged creatures will be on display throughout the Gardens.

Continue on the trail to the National Dinosaur Museum to discover the largest permanent display of dinosaur and prehistoric fossils in Australia.

Download the trail map or pick up a copy from the Gardens’ Visitor Information Centre to set off on your adventure.

When

6–28 July 2019

Where

Australian National Botanic Gardens and the National Dinosaur Museum

Price

Free at the Gardens, cost applies at the National Dinosaur Museum