History Walk of Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden

Join our ranger for a historical walk and bush morning tea at Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden. Originally used as farming land for strawberries, vegetables and native flowers; the garden is now used for the promotion of the study and preservation of native flora and fauna.

Our ranger will show examples of how the landscape has changed over time and share stories from those you have lived and worked at the garden. The walk will then be followed with fresh scones, native jams and tea.

The Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden is one of Sydney’s best kept secrets, set across 123 hectares of unique urban bushland and home to two endangered ecological communities as well as 18 threatened species of flora and fauna. The Wildflower Garden is open to the public all year round and has a range of hikes, step-free walking tracks, picnic areas and heritage venue hire as well as a diverse calendar of environmental education programs.

Event date

Event Details

420 Mona Vale Road, Saint Ives, New South Wales

10am - 11.30am

Entry fees:
Adults $ 5
Prebooking requiredhttps://www.krg.nsw.gov.au/Things-to-do/Whats-on/History-walk-of-Ku-ring-gai-Wildflower-Garden-Apr24