Adaptation to climate change: Geelong’s 21st Century garden

When:
Multi-day event from Sun 21 March. Details below
Presented By:
Friends of Geelong Botanic Gardens
Location:
Geelong Botanic Gardens, corner Podbury Drive and Eastern Park Circuit, East Geelong
Cost:
Free
Event Type:
Talk or presentation,Tour
Event Topic:
Sustainability: Human, social, economic, environmental and ecological
  • Sun 21 March, 2pm - 3pm
  • Wed 24 March, 11am - 12pm

Take a guided tour of the Geelong Botanic Gardens’ 21st Century Garden.

Designed and created in response to prolonged drought, the garden features plants which have adapted to water shortage both in Australia and around the world. The landscape is innovative and initially caused much discussion, both local and international. This unusual garden has much to teach us about adaptation to climate change.

BYO hat, sunscreen and mosquito repellent.

Meet your guide at the main entrance gates, at the corner of Podbury Drive and Eastern Park Circuit.

This is a free event. No bookings required.

Geelong Botanic Gardens Map