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Tasting Australia – Forecourt tours and tea with Adam Shipp of Yurbay

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National Museum of Australia

Lawson Crescent

Acton, ACT 2601

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Seasonal walks through the National Museum’s Forecourt Garden

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Join a seasonal walk through the National Museum’s Forecourt Garden, a living museum of Indigenous food and medicine plants from across Australia, with Adam Shipp (Wiradjuri) of Yurbay Consultancies.

Enjoy the sights and scents of the season with as Adam shares his passion for native plants. Each tour finishes with the opportunity to sample some of the flavours found in the Forecourt Garden and around the Canberra region.

Cost: $25 adult, $20 concession, $17.50 Museum Friends

See more information about the Tasting Australia tours on the Museum’s website.

Winter

  • Thursday 5 August 2021, 1–2.30pm
  • Thursday 5 August 2021, 3–4.30pm
  • Saturday 7 August 2021, 9.30–11am
  • Saturday 7 August 2021, 11.30am–1pm

Spring

  • Thursday 4 November 2021, 1– 2.30pm
  • Thursday 4 November 2021, 3–4.30pm
  • Saturday 6 November 2021, 9.30–11am
  • Saturday 6 November 2021, 11.30am–1pm

Summer

  • Thursday 3 February 2022, 1–2.30pm
  • Thursday 3 February 2022, 3–4.30pm
  • Saturday 5 February 2022, 9.30–11am
  • Saturday 5 February 2022, 11.30am–1pm

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National Museum of Australia

Lawson Crescent

Acton, ACT 2601

Australia

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The National Museum of Australia brings to life the rich and diverse stories of Australia through compelling objects, ideas and events. Our exhibitions, collections, programs and research focus on three interrelated themes; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture, Australia’s history and society since 1788, and the interaction of people with the environment. These define our conceptual framework through the themes of; land, nation, and people.

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