Education is an important part of what we do at the Garden. Our knowledgeable guides host free guided walks once a month, and you can contact us to arrange a personalised tour for your group. You can also join in courses and workshops we host throughout the year on subjects including photography, composting, weaving with native grasses, and worm farming.
For those who prefer to explore on their own, a range of materials - focusing on wildlife, children’s activities and Indigenous culture - is available from our Visitor Centre, and informative signs throughout the Garden share details about the world of plants, our collection and the environment.
Plants and animals at the Garden
Many different plants and animals call the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden home
Our volunteer-guided excursions and outdoor classrooms are a fun, hands-on way for students to learn about the flora and ecology of the region.
Jenny Liney Scholarship
This annual $5,000 scholarship honours the contribution of Jenny Liney OAM to the development and maintenance of the Wallace Herbarium.
A wide range of geological aspects occur on the Garden’s site. Find out how altitude, climate, and history allow for a variety of planting conditions.
Natural creeks and man-made lakes provide habitat for wetland plant communities and water loving animals for you to meet.