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Tiny Guided Walk

Tiny Guided Walk

Dates: 11 & 25 January and 8 & 22 February 2023

Time: 1pm - 2pm

Location: Meet at State Herbarium foyer, Adelaide Botanic Garden (E17 on the map).

Tickets: $5

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Take a guided walk of the Adelaide Botanic Garden with the volunteer Garden Guides and investigate all things tiny.

Explore botanical evolution from algae, mosses and liverworts to woody plants and trees, and seek out the small things such as spores, pollen, seeds, prickles and thorns.

In addition to the exploring Adelaide Botanic Garden, this guided walk will also feature specimens and stories in the Museum of Economic Botany.

These tours are presented with thanks to the volunteer Garden Guides from the Friends of the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide.

All income generated from ticket sales goes directly to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation Annual Appeal.

We thank you and the Guides for their contribution.

Please note that guided walks will be cancelled on days where the weather forecast is 36 degrees or more.

Tiny Guided Walk

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