The George Brown Botanical Gardens were established 130 years ago for recreation, scientific research, and to evaluate plants for local use. It has survived numerous cyclones and bombing during world war II, yet it still maintains a variety of natural and cultivated habitats to showcase the native flora as well as other tropical species.

Come for a leisurely stroll around the Gardens with entomologist and insect whisperer, Graham Brown, to admire its beauty and to be shown some of the more toxic, poisonous or venomous plants and animals.