Indigenous plant use walks – NAIDOC Week
This event has finished
Indigenous plant use walks – NAIDOC Week ended on Saturday 14 July 2018.
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Fridays 18 January and 15 February. Times vary depending on sunset — Meet at the Crosbie Morrison amphitheatre
Join Irene Lorbergs from Canberra School of Photography for an exclusive three hour guided night photography workshop in the gardens. Learn how to 'paint with light' during sunset, dusk and the black of night.
Sunday 17 February — Meet at the Visitor Centre
Take a fascinating guided walk uncovering stories of adventure, mystery, sex, and even murder, associated with Australian trees and overseas botanists.
Join a ranger and enjoy an easy walk along our Aboriginal Plant Use Trail.
You’ll discover how Indigenous people from across Australia used plants for food and medicine, to make tools and weapons, and for ceremonial practice.
This is a great activity for the whole family. Engage your senses!
Cost $5. Bookings essential.
Thursday 12 July, 11.30 am and 1.00 pm and Saturday 14 July, 11.30 am and 1.00 pm
Meet at the Visitor Centre
$5.00 per person. Bookings essential.