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Date(s) - 6 Apr 2019
11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Princes Park, Parkville

A VEGucational ramble, introducing you to the fabulous world of trees – hosted by the very affable Jeremy Prentice, the walk will be pleasurable and the content rich.

You know when you’re sitting beneath a magnificent tree and begin to wonder how does that tree do what it does? How does it get all that water to its leaves? Why do some bend in the wind and others not? Is it possible trees communicate to each other? Is a palm tree a true tree? Can one love trees and beautiful timber products too…?

Have all your questions answered and more on this enjoyable and informative stroll exploring trees, their lifestyles, and some of their little known secrets. With a mix of easily digested science, on-site interactive visuals and imaginative storytelling, this walk is for anyone and everyone wanting to understand trees more deeply.

Course price: $25 ($20 concession) and a 10% discount for groups of three or more

Location: Starting and finishing in North end of Princes Park, Parkville (just near Tram Stop 18); View the Google Map meet point here


As per our very successful Edible Weeds walks, the following conditions apply:

Weather note: We’ve never had to yet, but we will cancel and refund you if extreme weather is forecast. In case you’re interested, the cutoffs for what we call extreme are here.


Sorry! Bookings are closed for this event.