Your culture attendant: things to do in Canberra

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At 12.30pm each Thursday at the Australian National Botanic Gardens (on Clunies Ross Street in Acton, just outside Canberra), you can hear gardeners, biologists and staff talk about a wide range of plant-based subjects, during hour-long talks at the Theatrette in the Gardens. Explore what's being talked about and go along!
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