Threatened Species guided walks
The Australian National Botanic Gardens is open and welcomes visitors from 8.30 am to 5 pm every day of the year (except 25 December).
Visitors will need to comply with the COVID-19 safety measures that remain in place across the ACT. Read more.
This event has finished
Threatened Species guided walks ended on Sunday 22 May 2022.
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Monday 10 July and Wednesday 13 July; 10–11.30 am & 1–2.30 pm — Banksia Centre
Create your own bush animal in connection with our MEGAfauna trail.
20 July 10.00am–1.00 pm — Banksia Centre
Learn techniques of the age-old art of traditional weaving.
Join a free guided walk to see some of the beautiful Australian plant species that are endangered, hear about threats to their survival and learn about the Gardens’ work to help preserve them.
Every year the third Friday in May is Endangered Species Day when people around the world can learn about and take action to protect species threatened with extinction.
No booking required for individuals. Bookings essential for groups of seven or more at email@example.com a week before planned walk.
16 – 22 May 11.00 am–12.00 pm
Meet at the clock near the cafe bridge