Walks and Talks (Canberra)

Walks and Talks is an initiative aimed at creating welcoming and educational events for keen participants to learn about the natural history of animals and plants in the bush capital of Australia - all brought to you by friendly Canberran presenters.In 2021, we hosted a series of events at the Canberra Environment Centre. Read a recap by organiser Ying Luo in this blog post.In 2022, Walks and Talks will run events at the Australian National Botanic Gardens. Event dates are below, and follow the links for more information on each talk.

Dates and Times for 2022 Events

Discover your Native Insects
with Ying Luo
August 7th: 1pm - 3pm
Orchids from Australia and Abroad
with Ryan O'Donnell
August 13th: 11am - 1pm
Amazing reptiles and where to find them
with Jess Fenker
August 13th: 2pm - 4pm
Not so boring beetles
with James Bickerstaff
August 20th: 11am - 1pm
Menagerie of Canberra's Bird Curiousities
with Audrey Prasetya
August 20th: 2pm - 4pm

Sign up for events will be open in mid-July. Join the mailing list to be updated when sign ups open.

Our 2022 events are supported by a grant from the National Science Week.Art by Bonnie Koopmans.