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Morning Corymbia Coach Tour with Dahl Fellow Phil Docherty (WA – Broome)
20 March 2022 @ 7:00 am - 10:00 am$15
To celebrate Australia’s iconic tree, join Phil Docherty on the Corymbia Coach Tour and get to know Kimberley eucalypts.
Old Broome has about 30 species of mature Kimberley eucalypts in cultivation. Passengers will be provided with an insight into each of the trees, including some outstanding examples of the Northern Salmon Gum, Eucalyptus bigalerita, Swamp Bloodwood, Corymbia ptychocarpa and the Broome endemic, Cable Beach Gum, Corymbia paractia.
Complimentary eucalyptus seedling with each ticket purchased.
The Early Morning Corymbia Coach Tour departs at 7am on Sunday 20 March. It will run for 1.5 hours, followed by a morning tea at 8.30am.
The second tour: The Morning Corymbia Coach Tour will begin with a morning tea at 8:15am and depart at 8:45am. The tour will run for 1.5 hours.
General public: $15
SKIPA members $10
Held annually on 23 March, National Eucalypt Day aims to raise awareness of eucalypts and celebrate the important place that they hold in the hearts and lives of Australians.
This is a COVID-safe event. Masks are required on the bus. The morning tea will be held outside.
This event is supported by Eucalypt Australia, the Society for Kimberley Indigenous Plants and Animals (SKIPA), Environs Kimberley and Lotteries House. (show less)