If you’re looking for a different kind of Friday night, you can’t go better than meeting spiders, possums and flying foxes.
The Royal Botanic Garden is opening up its space for a nightlife adventure. Through a guided walk along the garden’s pathways, you’ll be able to visit biodiversity hotspots where nocturnal animals fly in or reside. Using torch lights and other gadgets, you can expect sightings of Golden Orb spiders, brush-tailed possums, microbats, flying foxes, tawny frogmouths, and maybe even Australia’s largest nocturnal avian predator, powerful owl.
The Garden Night-Life runs monthly. For ticketing and more info, head over to the Eventbrite page.
Friday, January 4, 8-9.30pm | Woolloomooloo Gate, Royal Botanic Garden, Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney