Skip to content
  • 9am–5pm
  • Free general admission
  • Shop

Kennedy Garden tours and tea



  • Thur 6 Oct 2022, 12.30pm and 3pm
  • Sat 8 Oct 2022, 9.30am and 12pm


  • Thur 2 Feb 2023, 12.30pm and 3pm
  • Sat 4 Feb 2023, 9.30am and 12pm

Tours run when plants in the garden are most likely to be flowering or producing.

Tours include tea in the garden (weather permitting), with ingredients found in and around Canberra.


$25 adult
$20 concession
$17.50 Friends
$60 family (2 adults, 2 children)
Plus Eventbrite booking fees

Buy tickets

Join a seasonal walk through the National Museum’s Christina and Trevor Kennedy Garden, a living museum of Indigenous food and medicine plants from across Australia.

Enjoy the sights and scents of the season as Adam Shipp (Wiradjuri) of Yurbay Consultancies shares his passion for native plants. Each tour finishes with the opportunity to sample some of the flavours found in the Kennedy Garden and around the Canberra region.

An assortment of bush foods including berries and nuts displayed on a platter made from bark.

Adam Shipp

Adam is a Wiradjuri man based in Canberra. A skilled communicator and enthusiastic bush-food advocate, Adam prides himself on his strong work ethic. His passion for his culture and people drives him to share his abundant knowledge of the food and medicine plants that grow in the ACT.

Yurbay (‘You-ra-bi’) is the Wiradjuri word for seed. Yurbay provide services to connect people to local food and medicine plants. Yurbay offer workshops, talks and guided walks on Country.

Return to Top