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Learn of the survival of an ancient culture
As part of South Australia's History Festival, the Adelaide Botanic Garden is hosting an event focussing on Aboriginal History and Culture on Thursday 24 May 2018 from 3 pm to 4 pm.
Aboriginal history is abundant with dreaming stories, however many do not know that there is also a wealth to learn about survival from these people who have managed to survive in this hard and dangerous country for thousands of years.
Aboriginal educator, storyteller and guide Trent Hill will take you on a guided journey through the Adelaide Botanic Garden investigating the rich relationship between Aboriginal people and plants. You will learn how plants have been used for thousands of years for food, medicine, shelter, tools, hunting and ceremony.
The Adelaide Botanic Garden can be reached easily by public transport. If you wish to drive, parking can be found at the Goodman Building and State Herbarium carpark on Hackney Road and costs $2.60 per hour with a 4-hour limit Monday to Friday. There is also parking for $8 all day on Hackney Road between Plane Tree Drive and Botanic Drive.