Pollinator Week at the Garden
Come and celebrate the unique world of pollinators and learn about the wide range of species found at the Garden.
Pollinators play an important role in every ecosystem. They range in size from tiny wasps and ants to mammals such as flying foxes and sugar gliders.
During Pollinator Week, we will host a variety of science-based events, including:
- expert talks on science and gardening
- honey tasting
- guided walks
- photographic exhibition
- kids' craft activities.
Pollinator Week: Kids craft workshop - pollinator tree
Join us for this fun-filled craft workshop and create a beautiful pollinator to perch on our special wooden tree.
Pollinator Week: Talk and walk - creating a pollinator-friendly garden
Come along to this fascinating talk and walk and learn how to attract birds and other pollinators to your garden.
Pollinator Week: Spotlight wildlife walk
Join our forest Ecologist on a spotlight-guided tour of the Garden. You'll learn about nocturnal animals and their important role in pollination.
Pollinator Week: Children's discovery walk - pollen patrol
During this discovery walk you'll explore the grounds of the Botanic Garden seeking the habitats of our most secretive and best-known pollinators.