Come to the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden on Sunday morning August 8 for a free guided walk, led by a local garden guide.
The guide will offer you an inside view of the landscaped and bush trails, tell you stories of individual native plants, and share a few gardening tips along the way.
The winter wattles are in bloom and there are lots of opportunities for spotting wildlife ranging from resident roos to the abundant birdlife.
You will learn about signature Australian native plants such as the spotted gum, banksia and the bottlebrush, while walking through a range of habitats from forests to foreshores. All the plants growing in the garden are native to the region, and there is a nursery where you can buy a few local species to take home.
The garden, located just south of Batemans Bay on the Princes Highway, is a great place for both short and long walks. And, after the guided walk you can choose your own adventure.
The trails are accessible to all ages and varying abilities and it makes a great day out for the family, with a special children's trail, barbecue and playground.
Sunday's walk will meet at the Visitor Centre, at 11am and will last about an hour. No bookings are necessary.
For more information, call the Centre on 4471 2544. The garden is open from Sunday to Wednesday.