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    Guided Garden Tours

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    You’re invited to join our partner, Wildflower to learn more about the gardens and community spaces at South Eveleigh, including the Cultural Landscape Garden, The Eveleigh Treehouse Garden, and the Community Rooftop Garden. 

    The tour will be hosted by Roman Deguchi and Kyle Leonard. Roman co-founded Wildflower in 2020 and is an award-winning horticulturist with 20 years of experience. Kyle is Wildflower’s Operations Manager and is part of the South Eveleigh team. Join Roman and Kyle to hear about Indigenous landcare methods used at the precinct and the species of plants, their uses, and their meaning to First Nations people. Each attendee will take home a native thyme seedling to grow at home. So grab your walking shoes and connect with Wildflower this National Reconciliation Week!

    This event is now SOLD OUT, join the waitlist here and we'll let you know when another tour becomes available.

    Wildflower is an Aboriginal-owned and led social enterprise that maintains the green spaces here at South Eveleigh. Wildflower is a team of First Nations landcare experts that care for the Country in inner Sydney. They provide meaningful and culturally safe employment for Aboriginal youths who are facing barriers to finding employment. Wildflower’s mission is to break the cycle of disempowerment for Aboriginal people through employment and education.

    • Dates: Tuesday, 28 May at 10.30am, Thursday, 30 May at 12pm, and Saturday, 1 June at 10.30am
    • Duration: 45 minute sessions
    • Meeting point: Outside of Anita Gelato. Click here for directions. 

    Please note:

    • Please arrive 5 minutes early to meet your guide and check-in.
    • Kids are welcome to attend the tours for free. Kids under 18 years old must be supervised by their parents/guardians for the duration of the activity. This is not a drop-off event. 
    • Maximum 3 kids per adult. 
    • Please have the QR code on your ticket(s) ready for scanning.
    • This is an outdoor event - we recommend guests are prepared for inclement weather and wear comfortable walking shoes.
    • We will be capturing some photos & videos of the tour to be used on our digital channels. Please let us know on the day or email us at if you prefer not to be photographed.

    Parking: You can easily visit South Eveleigh via public transport - we're just a few minutes away from Redfern Station and various bus stops. Find out more here. 2 hours of free parking is available at the 2 Central Avenue Car Park with validation at one of the South Eveleigh retailers. 

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