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Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens free guided walk April 7th


Experience the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens joining their Autumn Walk Sunday, April 7th, at 11am. This walk will take abut an hour. Meet your guide in the breezeway at the ERBG Visitors Centre at 10.55 am. It’s free and there is no need to book. Everyone is welcome. Over eight kilometres of tracks have been developed within the Gardens, giving access to the natural and man made features of the site.A walk booklet and map is available from the Gardens Visitors Centre. Walks range from level pathways to rugged tracks with steps and dry creek crossings. Free leaflets will help you discover more about local landscapes, aboriginal plants and birdlife. Free Guided Walks Free walks are offered on the first Sunday of each month at 11.00am with a trained volunteer guide. How far and how long the walk will last is reached by agreement with the group. Come along to learn about the Gardens' development, current projects and local plants. Annual Giant Plant Sale & Easter Fair The annual Giant Plant Sale & Easter Fair held on Easter Saturday is a very popular event not to be missed. Not only can you pick up some amazing plant bargains but you can also get some great gardening advice and landscape tips from some of the experts. All proceeds from plant sales go back into developing and maintaining the Botanic Garden. So when you buy a plant from ERBG you not only support the Gardens you also help to conserve our regional flora and fauna. Everybody wins!


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