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Springtime Wattle Walks at the National Arboretum

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Tiptoe through the wattles
Come and celebrate the beginning of spring and the return of warm weather with a springtime wattle walk at the National Arboretum!

The free guided walk will take place through the 25 different wattle varieties in the Southern Tablelands Ecosystems Park (STEP) at the National Arboretum Canberra. Australia's floral emblem- the Golden Wattle- will be in bloom to welcome you!

The walk will last around 90 minutes and participants will need moderate fitness. Please wear sturdy footwear, bring water and dress for the weather conditions.

Guided walks are being held from 11am-12.30pm on August 31 and from 11am-12.30pm and from 2pm-3.30pm on September 1.
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Why? Welcome in spring and the return of warm weather with a walk
When: August 31 and September 1
Where: National Arboretum Canberra, Forest Drive (off the Tuggeranong Parkway), Weston Creek
Cost: Free
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