Canberra Tree Week
  News Date: Monday 30th April 2018

Canberra Tree Week runs from Monday 30th April to Sunday 6th May 2018. This is an annual celebration of all things trees and encourages the community and visitors to appreciate, admire and enjoy our beautiful trees. This year’s celebrations include a variety of events ranging from guided walks, a symposium, hug a tree day and many more. Please see the calendar below to see what’s happening. Join the celebrations by getting out amongst our beautiful trees and participating in the many events throughout the week. Read More and See the Program 



1. Arboretum Trees at the Australian National University (Uni House and Vice Chancellor's Residence)

Wednesday 2 May, 1:00pm - 2:30pm

Free guided walk with Jan Morgan and University Arborist Melinda Walker. This walk looks at mature examples of species planted at the National Arboretum Canberra, within the grounds of University House and the private gardens of the Vice Chancellors residence. Booking essential to or 6125 8969 Bookings essential. Meet at the front of the Vice Chancellors residence on Mills Road– limited parking in driveway.

2. Arboretum trees at the Australian National University (Lindsay Pryor walk)

Sunday 6 May 2:00pm - 3:30pm. 

Free guided walk with Jan Morgan. Lindsay Pryor and beyond looks at interesting species from the Arboretum growing along the Lindsay Pryor walk and surrounding area. bookings essential to or 6125 8969. Meet at the Sullivan’s Creek car park. Bookings essential

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