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Fetherston Gardens - Toddler Trails

  • 20 Isherwood Street, Weston ACT 2611

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Join us on a 1km exploration of the magical Fetherston Gardens. Fetherston Gardens is an urban parkland tucked away in the suburb of Weston. The gardens were originally part of the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) School of Horticulture, and are spread over 8 acres. We’ll wander the pathways and trails and explore the bamboo forest, small arboretum, woodland gardens, conifer grove, pond, native garden and herb maze. This small parkland has so much to discover! Toddler Trails have been created with your increasingly independent child in mind. As kids find their feet, many prefer to be out of the baby carrier and would rather push their pram than ride in it. Toddler Trails allows your child the freedom to explore on their own two legs, while you get some outdoor and social time with other parents/carers. WHERE TO MEET: Parking area across from 20 Isherwood Street, Weston. Please be ready to walk on time. MAXIMUM NUMBERS: Sessions are limited so please book your spot via the MEGA app and update your attendance through the app if unable to make it. WHAT TO BRING: Wear comfortable clothes and footwear for walking and active play. Bring a hat, sunscreen, water and healthy snacks. No dogs please. FITNESS LEVEL: This event is suitable for parents/carers of all fitness levels. Mums, we recommend you obtain your 6 week clearance from your medical practitioner prior to walking. BABIES & CHILDREN: This event is suitable for parents/carers who are baby wearing or have children who are walking. We will walk on gravel and grass, if needed you can bring a pram if needed. Meet & Move sessions aim to help parents/carers and their children be active together. COVID GUIDELINES: Physical distancing is required and do not attend if you or your children are unwell, or anyone in your household is awaiting the results of a COVID test.

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