Find out how Australian bush foods have inspired the modern plate and palate, and learn how native plants growing within the Gardens have been traditionally used and continue to be used around the world today. As your walk nears its end, round-out your knowledge with tastings of delicious canapes inspired by the native plants seen on your walk, developed and prepared by trainee chefs from iconic social enterprise restaurant Charcoal Lane.
Presented by Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria in association with Charcoal Lane and William Angliss Institute.
$43 Concession & Child, $50 Adult
|$43.00 - $50.00|
Days of operation:
Departure details: 07/12/19
Sat: 01:30pm - 03:00pm
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Melbourne Gardens has been a treasured part of Melbourne’s cultural life for more than 165 years - much loved by generations of Victorians, as well as by many visitors from interstate and overseas.
It is a picturesque haven for recreation and an important resource for education, conservation, science and horticulture. Melbourne Gardens extends over 38 hectares and houses a collection of more than 8,500 species of plants from around the world, including amazing and diverse plant collections.
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