Get to Know the Gardens, Itís History, People, Plants and Wildlife
Walk Darwin invites you to join their free guided Sunday Walks and Talks at George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens. This 60 minute tour will start and finish at the bridge near the fountain (Gardens Road entrance).
There will be two sessions. On Sunday 8th October, Free Walks and Talks will be about "The People's Garden: It's not just about the plants". The program, starting at 3.00pm will tell you what you can do and what experiences you can enjoy within the Botanic Gardens. On Sunday 22nd October, the program will be "Meet the Pioneering Curators". This program will start at 8.30am. The Walk Darwin tour guide will tell you about four of the prominent curators who have contributed to the development of the Gardens.
During November 2017, there will only be one session, on Sunday 26th November. This Free Walks and Talks program will start at 10am and will be a "Botanic Gardens Heritage Walk". Wander through the Botanic Gardens and find out its history and heritage. Along the way there may even be the chance sighting of birds and seasonal tropical flowers.
The water fountain
Walk Darwin recommends you to wear non-slip walking shoes as some of these walks will be on uneven ground, including grass and possibly steep inclines. Don't forget to apply some sunscreen and carry your own drinking water to stay hydrated.
Lots of big trees are holding big history
Group size is limited to 12 people, therefore bookings are essential. To book, please go to the website here. For more information go to the Walk Darwin website here or phone 0428 183 444.