Explore the Garden with knowledgeable guide
Uncover the Garden's rich Aboriginal heritage
Shop for rare, endangered and unusual plants
Display of exotic flowering orchids, hoyas and more.
Free floral display designed to bring colour into winter
Join horticulturist and Garden historian, Paul Nicholson for a series of themed walks
Experience outdoor Yoga for the mind and body
Garden adventures for under 5's and their carers
Spine-tingling twilight tours of the garden
Make a beautiful natural fibre lampshade
Join our volunteer guides to explore the plants that have influenced the works of Margaret Preston
experience the world's oldest living culture through Aboriginal Art
More than 18,000 plants to be sold for a gold coin contribution!
Learn advanced painting techniques
This Science Week is going to be BIG! We have something to offer for everyone.
Design your own mini-succulent creation to take home
Learn how to make bush food infused recipes!
Over fifty exquisite 18th - 19th century watercolours of Australian plants
Add an insect to your artwork
A fascinating behind-the-scenes tour to discover the National Herbarium of NSW
Explore the new tropical display house, known as Latitude 23
Learn about the magical process of turning plants into alcohol!
Garden with horticulture staff
Tips and tricks for presenting your artwork
Discover the intricate lifecycles of insects and their unique relationships with plants
Produce the perfect tonal drawing
Capture the beauty of birds
Features prints, collages, books and sculptural works made from recycled paper and plant fibres
Hone your techniques in botanic art
Learn to paint still life with acrylics
spine-tingling twilight tours of the garden
kids school holiday fun!
Build your own miniature fairy garden
Children will enjoy a day-time disco complete with fun dance games!
We will be painting the fabulous forms of Asparagus
Kids have lots of creative and active fun in the Garden
An interactive and theatrical adventure through the garden
Lets go on a hunt to find weird, rare and exotic plants from around the world!
Showcasing an exciting and diverse range of artworks, inspired by nature in all its forms.
Artisans in the Gardens is an exciting and diverse range of artworks inspired by nature in all its forms
Suitable for beginners and experienced students
Discover the spectacular flora and culture of New Caledonia
Create books that are artworks
Create a lattice-like basket
Celebrate New Year in Your Garden with Foundation & Friends
Discover these fascinating and diverse countries
Delve into the World Heritage wilderness areas of Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks