Gallery Back Save Flashback Friday- The Australian National Botanic gardens. facebook SHARE twitter TWEET email google-plus linkedin reddit More Photos of Canberrans, interstaters and even internatioanl guests enjoying the Australian National Botanic gardens from when it was newly established. Previous slide Next slide (04/04/2007) Emma Taylor,7, of Braddon gets among the ferns. Photo: Canberra Times (12/11/04) Belly dancer Marika Maxwell gets Jordana Damcevska of Queanbeyan up to dance at Carers week celebrations at the Botanic Gardens. Photo: Canberra Times (16/11/05) Jazz at the National Botanic gardens. Maisie Lyon, 4, of Lyneham feels the rhythm in front of the stage. Photo: Canberra Times (16/1/06) Ellen McIntyre gets acquainted with Po, a coastal carpet python at the opening of Snakes Alive at the National Botanic Gardens. Photo: Canberra Times (19/12/03) A large praying mantis, part of a 15 panel display erected in the gardens, does little to scare 2 year old Liam Sutherland away. Photo: Canberra Times (19/2/02) At the launch of the Reflex Habitat program TV presenter Jamie Durie, pictured with school children (from left) James Seaton, 8, Amanda Hudy, 11, Shane Willoughby, 11, and Sarah Kingsburgh,8. Photo: Canberra Times (23/02/03) Reflections on writing during the Writing on the Wild Side activity at the National Botanic Gardens with Instructor Harry Liang nurturing the writing talent of Julia Russell, Anna Colless, Anna Himmelreich, Tasha McNee, Amanda Cobb-Clark and Nicky Lovegrove. Photo: Canberra Times (07/07/99) A crowd watches as Paul Kelly performs. Photo: Canberra Times (23/03/93) Volunteer guide at the National Botanic Gardens Graham Browning gives Ruth Wyn-Stanley of Isaacs (left) and Avril Brotherton of Calwell a close look at a native flower during a guided tour for veterans, war widows and their friends during National Veterans Health week. Photo: Canberra Times (12/10/92) Robin Laidlaw, dressed as a Bilby (left) and Mahony Kiely dressed as a feral cat, were part of the entertainment on the Spring Fling program of events at the National Botanic Gardens. Photo: Canberra Times (13/7/96) The Acting Director of the NBG, Dr Ben Wallace, in the rain forest gully. Photo: Canberra Times (9/1/94) Katrina Hinschen, 7, Claire Speer, 7, and Kimberley Hinschen,5, enjoying the dream-time stories on the rainbow serpent discovery trail at the ANBG. Photo: Canberra Times (2/9/90) Kerry Ford, and her father Bruce of Watson, explore the rain forest at the ANBG in Canberra during some special programs to celebrate Wattle Day, the first day of Spring. Photo: Canberra Times (22/08/90) President of the ACT Victoria League Lady Randall, with the Director of the ANBG Dr Roger H'Natiuk, at the presentation of a Jarrah bench to the gardens. Photo: Canberra Times Australian National Botanic gardens Prime Minister John Gorton performs some unveiling duties. Photo: Canberra Times (24/08/84) Ranger John Jervis walks with David Attenborough through a section of the rainforest. Photo: Canberra Times (09/09/82) Ken Yagi of Tokyo walks through the rainforest gully with fellow delegates to the 20th World Congress of Landscape architects. Photo: Canberra Times (24/04/81) Tamie Fraser, wife of PM Malcolm Fraser turns the first sod in the Garden for the Disabled at the ANBG, standing with her Dr Robert Boden, Director, and John Wridgley, Curator. Photo: Canberra Times (26/2/94) Seven of the nine tertiary students who demonstrated their devotion to work by giving up their holidays for internships (from left) Alexandra Gartmann, Karina Fitzgerald, Ann Jenkinson, Jennifer Burge-Lopez, David Judge, Jeanette Mill and Rod Jones. Photo: Canberra Times (7/1/83) A serene part of the National Botanic Gardens. Photo: Canberra Times (28/12/81) One of the trails the National Botanic Gardens. Photo: Canberra Times (5/1/97) Ranger John Jervis shows Kurrajong seeds to Teresa and Steven Watts at a sign on the Snugglepot and Cuddlepie trail. Photo: Canberra Times (5/1/97) Michael Lancasar of Lyneham and Christopher Griffin of Evatt. Photo: Canberra Times (28/1/97) Rhiannon Jones of Macquarie admires the rainforest gulley at the ANBG. Photo: Canberra Times (6/1/97) Tina Rzcky of Braddon and her son John during a visit to the ANBG. Photo: Canberra Times of More Galleries Previous Next ACT Olympians and Paralympians officially welcomed back to Canberra. Cartoons of the week: September 25, 2016 Government House Open Day Clubs ACT public rally held at the Raiders Belconnen oval War Memorial exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait military stories. Canberra Times Spring photo competition 2016 (gallery 1) Cartoons of the week: September 19, 2016 Canberra students learn about farm life at EPIC.