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This November, the koalas visit Sydney Royal Botanic Garden
Wondering how to keep the family entertained in Sydney this spring and want to support koalas and conservation efforts in light of the recent catastrophic fire conditions across NSW?
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Bring the whole family to enjoy the last week of the bespoke Koala Trail curated by Arts and Health Australia Pty Ltd (AHA) and hosted by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney until November 30, 2019.
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The trail features more than 20 one-metre high koala sculptures, hand-painted by Australian artists. Aimed at promoting koala conservation awareness and conservation of threatened animal and plant species across Australia.
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The Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail is a unique award-winning concept, conceived by AHA and based at Port Macquarie. This one of a kind trail features 68 koala sculptures, hand painted & decorated by local and national artists form the Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail across Port Macquarie-Hasting region to draw attention to the conservation of Koalas, particularly given the recent bushfires in NSW.
Entry to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney is free, with a donation for entry to the Calyx where some of the exhibits are located.
The Garden opening hours in November 7 am – 8 pm. The Calyx opening hours: 10 am – 4 pm. The Calyx is occasionally closed for private events, the garden can be contacted on 02 9231 8188 for more information.
Last but not least, participate in the Hello Koala photo competition! Take a selfie with Charlie and friends and use #GardenKoalas for your chance to win! Look out for the camera icon in the trail guide, then take a photo with one of these Hello Koalas to share on social media using #GardenKoalas and be in the running to win a $100 Botanic House voucher!