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    New guided walks: the five Bs

    Try out a new 5Bs guided walk in December. 5Bs stands for 'bees, bugs, beetles, butterflies and birds'. Join your guide on this new walk and discover the fascinating world of plants and animals within the forests. See the full story.
    (Published: Thursday, 8 December 2016)

    New Augmented Reality app brings National Arboretum to life

    A new augmented reality app is bringing the National Arboretum landscape to life with holograms, stories, soundscapes and digital information. The new app enriches the experience for visitors to the Arboretum, adding holograms, stories, sounds and digital information to the beautiful forests, buildings and gardens. Be sure to download the 'National Arboretum Canberra' app on your tablet or smart device from the App Store or Google Play today and come to the Arboretum to play with augmented reality! See the full story.
    (Published: Tuesday, 6 December 2016)

    Play until 8:30pm every night

    During daylight savings time, Pod Playground is open for fun from 6am until 8:30pm every day. So bring the kids and enjoy spending time outdoors, taking in the amazing views while they explore, climb and laugh. Note - the toilets in Pod Playground are open from 6am until 8:30pm every day but the Village Centre closes at 4pm daily. Parking is free after 4pm. See the full story.
    (Published: Thursday, 1 December 2016)

    A night of glitz and glamour NYE 2016

    Celebrate New Year's Eve with sweeping views, fantastic music and a fabulous three course menu by Janet Jeffs, one of Canberra's most highly regarded chefs. A gala event not to be missed, the perfect way to welcome 2017! See the full story.
    (Published: Sunday, 13 November 2016)

    Discovery Garden full of colour

    Spring is in the air and the Discovery Garden is full of colour and flowers, showing visitors how to grow a beautiful and water-efficient garden with native trees, plants and flowers. The volunteer Harvest Group also uses the raised beds in Discovery to grow herbs and vegetables for future preserving and fund-raising, including pesto, sun-dried tomatoes and eggplant relish. See the full story.
    (Published: Monday, 14 November 2016)

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