Indigenous plant use walks – Canberra and Region Heritage Festival
The Australian National Botanic Gardens has re-opened to visitors from 29 October 2021.
We are pleased to welcome visitors back to the Gardens from 8.30 am to 5 pm.
We will continue to follow guidelines set by the ACT’s COVID-19 Pathway Forward and COVID-19 response.
This event has finished
Indigenous plant use walks – Canberra and Region Heritage Festival ended on Friday 23 April 2021.
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Monday 17 January, Wednesday 19 January, Friday 21 January, Tuesday 25 January, Thursday 27 January; 10.30 am — Meet at the Visitor Centre
Join us for a family-friendly Flora Explorer bus tour and discover the amazing secrets of the plants that live in the Australian bush.
Discover how Indigenous Australians have used plants for food and medicine, to make tools and weapons, and for ceremonial practice.
Join a ranger and enjoy an easy walk along our Aboriginal Plant Use Trail.
Cost $5. Bookings are essential.
Thursday 8 April 10.30 am; Wednesday 14 April 11.30 am; Monday 19 April 10.30 am & Friday 23 April 11.30 am
Meet at the clock near the entry bridge
$5.00 per person. Bookings essential.