Details

Starts:
Thu, 24 Oct 2019 10:00AM
Stops:
Thu, 24 Oct 2019 11:30AM
Ticket deadline:
Wed, 23 Oct 2019 8:00PM

Location
Visitor Centre Australian National Botanic Gardens
Clunies Ross Road
Acton
ACT

Info:

The ANBG is one of the few botanic gardens in the world that has a section of native plants in natural habitat. The Bushland Trail in the Bushland Precinct of the Gardens (on the left of Black Mountain Drive) is part of the Black Mountain environment. Black Mountain is the most diverse nature reserve in Canberra, with more than 650 species of plants. Stroll along this trail in the company of a guide and discover the plants flowering at this time of the year and, at the same time, enjoy the spectacular views over Lake Burley Griffin.  The walks end at the Lookout and then return back along the trail to the Visitor Centre.

The distance is 3.2km return from the Visitor Centre, and the walk is easy to moderate difficulty on a formed track with uneven ground, a few steps and some short steep sections.

Meet at the Visitor Centre and bring water, hat, sunblock and stout shoes

Enquiries to memberswalks@friendsanbg.org.au


Contact the Event Manager

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Free

TUESDAY, 17 SEP 19

8:00am

Details

Starts:
Thu, 24 Oct 2019 10:00AM
Stops:
Thu, 24 Oct 2019 11:30AM
Ticket deadline:
Wed, 23 Oct 2019 8:00PM

Location
Visitor Centre Australian National Botanic Gardens
Clunies Ross Road
Acton
ACT

Info:

The ANBG is one of the few botanic gardens in the world that has a section of native plants in natural habitat. The Bushland Trail in the Bushland Precinct of the Gardens (on the left of Black Mountain Drive) is part of the Black Mountain environment. Black Mountain is the most diverse nature reserve in Canberra, with more than 650 species of plants. Stroll along this trail in the company of a guide and discover the plants flowering at this time of the year and, at the same time, enjoy the spectacular views over Lake Burley Griffin.  The walks end at the Lookout and then return back along the trail to the Visitor Centre.

The distance is 3.2km return from the Visitor Centre, and the walk is easy to moderate difficulty on a formed track with uneven ground, a few steps and some short steep sections.

Meet at the Visitor Centre and bring water, hat, sunblock and stout shoes

Enquiries to memberswalks@friendsanbg.org.au


Contact the Event Manager