National Arboretum Canberra


A walk to the Cork oak forest, Sunday May 19 at 9:30am to 12 noon

Every third Sunday of the month between 9:30am to 12 noon, join an experienced guide and delve into the forests. Learn more about the trees, forests and seasons. Free activity. Wear sturdy footwear and a hat and bring drinking water. Bookings essential at the Information Desk, call 02 6207 8484 or email: arboretumvolunteers@act.gov.au. Please meet at the Information Desk in the Village Centre a few minutes before 9:30am.

A walk to the Cork oak forest, Sunday May 19 at 9:30am to 12 noon

Join one of our most experienced guides, Rob Ey, on a walk through our oldest forest, the hundred-year old Cork oaks. Starting from the Village Centre, the walk will stop at the remarkable Wide Brown Land sculpture, then wander through the Himalayan cedar, magnolia and Japanese dogwood forests before arriving at the Cork oaks. Hear stories of the Cork oak forest and the Portuguese cork strippers. Return via the horse chestnut, fig and white cedar forests. Note, this walk is 6 kms long and steep in places.

Bookings essential at the Information Desk, call 02 6207 8484 or email: arboretumvolunteers@act.gov.au. Please meet at the Information Desk in the Village Centre a few minutes before 9:30am. Wear sturdy footwear and a hat and bring drinking water.

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