Feel part of something bigger. Meander at twilight through the Barossa Bushgardens with a guide, and wrap yourself in the welcoming arms of 130+ species of Indigenous plants, taking in the full sensory experience up close and personal. Home to rare or critically endangered species of the region, the gardens showcase those species according to plant associations, display gardens, teaching points and incorporating a diversity of vegetation. You will meet the stately 400 year old River Red Gum, nursed back to life by volunteers, standing sentinel proudly, and keeping an eye on daily life as it unfolds. And under the canopy of the night sky, take the path to walk the Barossa Community Labyrinth by torchlight. Follow the twists and turns all the way to the centre, pause, and then retrace your steps back out again.
Time: 5:30pm for a 5:45pm start
Limited to 25. Entry: $5.00pp
Note: please bring a torch
Venue: Barossa Bushgardens, 653 Research Road, Nuriootpa. Meet at the Administration Centre next to the car park.
This is a collaborative event designed and offered by:
- Learning with Labyrinths https://www.learningwithlabyrinths.com/
- Barossa Bushgardens https://barossabushgardens.com.au/