Explore the Aboriginal Garden and learn about the plants used by Indigenous Australians in this guided tour. Facilitated by ethnobotanist Dr Beth Gott, the tour will examine plants used by Aborigines for a variety of purposes including food, medicine, fibres and tools.
**THE ABORIGINAL GARDEN TOUR SCHEDULED FOR 12 NOON HAS BEEN CANCELLED**
**PLEASE COME TO THE TOUR AT 1.30 PM INSTEAD**
This event is presented by the School of Biological Sciences. It is part of the second annual Fascination of Plants Day, an international day to raise awareness of the importance of plants in solving global problems.
A pamphlet on the Aboriginal Gardens may be viewed here.
The meeting place is at the Aboriginal Gardens, in the north-east corner of the campus. A map can be viewed here.