AudioguíaThe Wagga Botanic Gardens Adventure Tour
About the quest
Discover the secrets of one of Wagga's most loved places.
Take this free tour now to discover hidden treasures, rare plants and surprising facts about the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens.
You'll roam through some of the less-visited parts of the gardens, solving mysteries and earning points along the way!
This tour is suitable for children and adults, and takes around 60 minutes. If you don't finish it all today, don't worry - you can return at a later date to pick up the tour where it left off.
The first location of the tour is Rainforest Gully, located next to the Waterwise garden. As you arrive at each location, and complete challenges, further challenges are unlocked. Good luck!
About the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens
In 1968 the city officially opened its Botanic Gardens, which would transform the slopes of Willans Hill into the stately gardens that are enjoyed by so many today.
Wagga’s Parks and Gardens Curator Tom Wood had been preparing the site for seven years, overseeing landscaping and the planting of over 600 plant species on the nine-hectare site.
Since then the gardens have been a labour of love for Wagga Wagga City Council, and the thousands of volunteers who have contributed to countless expansions and improvements over the years.
The Botanic Gardens Adventure Tour will show you some of the gardens' best-kept secrets, and reveal some of the stories behind these beautiful gardens.
The Botanic Gardens Adventure Tour has been created by Museum of the Riverina as part of the 50th birthday celebrations of the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens in 2018.
Esta misión contiene acertijos y misterios. Puedes resolverlos buscando pistas en el lugar. Las respuestas correctas desbloquearán retos nuevos. Busca esta misión en la app izi.TRAVEL. Descárgala ahora para empezar.
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We had a lot of fun exploring places we’d never been in the gardens. A fun adventure for the family! Thank you for a fun and free activity!
Excellent. Well worth doing. Lovely museum.
a question at each checkpoint would have kept the kids entertained