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Prehistoric Garden Week

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by Sue W (subscribe)
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Dinosaurs are taking over the National Botanical Gardens
These school holidays, the National Dinosaur Museum will be coming to the Australian National Botanical Gardens with a range of their life sized dinosaurs and plant fossils, to position throughout the gardens. Pick up a free map from the Visitors Centre and follow the trail to discover them all, with the trail beginning at the T-Rex and Tyrannosaur 'face off'.

After exploring the gardens, head on back to the Visitors Centre for free craft and colouring in or book into a presentation or workshop run by the National Dinosaur Museum. There are also public nights where visitors can walk around the gardens and experience the dinosaurs spotlighted by night. See the Australian National Botanical Gardens website for all the details.
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Why? Free activity the kids will love!
Phone: 02) 6250 9588
Where: Australian National Botanic Gardens, Clunies Ross St, Acton
Cost: Free
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