George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

Walks in the gardens

Download the free Darwin Botanic Gardens app to get self-guided walking tours and points of interest in the gardens.

Tree walk

The Tree walk covers 18 significant trees in the gardens and is available in the app.

This walk will take 45 minutes to one hour.

Matboerrma Walk

Provides information about how the local Larrakia people use native plants for traditional purposes.

This walk will take 45 minutes to one hour.

You can follow this walk in the app.

Cycad walk

There are 11 species of NT cycad plants at the Geranium Street entrance near the car park.

The area displays Australian and Northern Territory cycads.

There are five dinosaurs to show the connection between cycads and dinosaurs.

Larrakia coastal walk

This walk takes you from Mindil Beach onto a boardwalk, through natural mangrove forest and up to Bullocky Point.

From there, you can walk to the museum and art gallery.

En route are painted poles indicating various Larrakia coastal plant uses.

This walk will take 30 to 45 minutes.

Guided walks

Guided walks are not provided by The George Brown Botanical Gardens.

You can book and pay for a guided walk through a local tour company.

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Last updated: 24 November 2021

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