This outdoor exhibition is not to be missed. Visitors will be moved and motivated by a display of dramatic photographic images of 35 threatened world biodiversity hotspots, the images having been taken by some of the world's finest nature photographers.
At a time when we are confronted with images of violence, hatred and ugliness, this exhibition is a reminder of the beauty within our world and the fragility of our environment.
The images will go on display in Sydney at the Royal Botanic Gardens, with the exhibition being part of a worldwide project to inspire action to save our planet. It offers visitors an opportunity to see the action being taken to conserve the biodiversity hotspots throughout the world.
Visitors will be able to view 100 extraordinary photos presented by Agence Française de Développement and Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund in conjunction with magazine Terre Sauvage. The exhibition coincides with the International Union for Conservation of Nature World Parks Congress being held in Sydney.
The images can be viewed along the fence on Mrs Macquarie's Road, between the Lion Gate Lodge, Henry Lawson Gate and Victoria Gate, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney.
So bring along some friends and a picnic and grab the opportunity to enjoy the 35 Wonders of the World exhibition in the picturesque botanic garden setting.