Meet the World Famous Botanist from the 18th Century, at the Plant House in the Botanic Garden named in his honour. Sir Joseph Banks will take you on a stroll through the glass house (which displays plants from the Wet & Dry Tropics he visited) and then onto the native plant sections of the Garden.
The eminent Botanist will share with you- his experiences on Captain Cook's voyages of discovery to the Great Southern land. This humorous experience combines the use of theatre, history and the environment to tell an important story from our past.
Join Sir Joseph Banks as he takes you on a journey through history
Explore the Sir Joseph Banks Glasshouse
Explore the Garden learning about the plants Banks observed on his journey
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||Wollongong Botanic Garden|
||$13 per student|
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