The Canberra Miniature Railway is leaving the station on Sunday for a fun adventure. Rides are available from 10am until 2.30pm, for $3 each or unlimited rides all day from $15. There is free parking and canteen facilities are available but pack a picnic, rug up and make a day of it. Off Jerrabomberra Avenue, Symonston.
Who hasn't wandered around the rainforest at the Australian National Botanic Gardens and not wondered whether this is how the world was in the time of the dinosaurs? Or is that just me. The ANBG and the National Dinosaur Museum are collaborating on a dinosaur trail where you can encounter dinosaurs and plant fossils among the landscapes they once inhabited. Free.
Canberra Fashion Market is back, moving out to Thoroughbred Park for the popular event. If you're looking for some new or pre-loved fashion, jewellery, bags, shoes, accessories and more don't miss it. Saturday, July 13, from 10am-4om. Free.
Dr Guy Hansen looks at some of The Bulletin's great cartoonists of the late 19th century, including Livingston Hopkins and Phil May. He will tell the story of how the Little Boy from Manly became one of the most famous Australian cartooning archetypes. Friday, July 12, National Library of Australia. And while you're there check out Inked, the exhibition that looks at the history of cartooning in Australia.
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