Every tree has a story to tell
Along the road between the Orientation Centre (near the Gardens office) and the Wesleyan Church are 19 wooden posts with yellow perspex markers. To guide you along the way, we have produced a laminated information card which you can borrow from either the Orientation Centre. You can also download the Every tree has a story to tell self guided walk (pdf 348Kb).
Identification sheets of some birds commonly seen are available on site at the Orientation centre or are also available for download (pdf 979Kb).
Aboriginal Plant Use Walk
Along the track which follows a creek that borders the Rainforest area are 12 wooden posts with green perspex markers. A brochure detailing the sign posted plants that have been used by aboriginal people can be picked up from either the Orientation Centre.
You can also download a scanned copy of the brochure (pdf 548 Kb).
A collection of 11 species of Cycad plants are located in the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens. You can find this special Garden at Geranium Street entrance near the carpark.
The brochure for the Cycad walk is located in the Orientation Centre or can be downloaded (pdf 1.4Mb).