Threatened Species Children's Art at the Garden

Be inspired by an exhibition of super-sized prints of artworks from the Threatened Species Children’s Art competition. Set up at ‘child’s viewing height’ around the ‘Children’s Fig’, these artworks by primary aged children reveal their emotional connection with our native plants, and some of the birds, insects and animals that depend on them. These surprising and thought provoking creations give us insights into our vanishing native species through children’s eyes, and encourages us to help protect them.

When:  September 16-29 | Open daily 
Where: Children’s Fig Tree, Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney
Cost: Free
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