Posted in Botanic Garden, Interpretation

Who Did That? Children’s Trail

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There are many facets to a botanic gardens. Visitors enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the outdoor space and engaging with the plant displays. Children like to explore for plants and animals that inhabit a garden.

To cater for a child’s inquisitive mind the Australian National Botanic Gardens has recently opened a children’s trails – Who Did That? The trail uses animal models and interactive signage to explore the relationship between animals and plants.

The trail was developed by Gardens’ Visitor Services Ranger Katy Penman and features beautiful artwork and poetry created by Katy. Examples of Katy’s artwork and words can be seen in accompanying images. The use of original artwork is a highlight of this trail.

We hope you get the chance to enjoy the Who Did That? children’s trail.

 

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Posted in school holiday programme, Uncategorized

Treasure hunt time!

Created by Michael Connor, Wollongong Botanic Garden

A great example of a fun treasure hunt and the content created for it.  Click the link below to enjoy a slide show with all the details.

Treasure Hunt Walk Through Wollongong PPT Show compressed

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Treasure hunt created at Wollongong Botanic Garden