Join us as a Guide

If you have the knowledge and experience in sharing about biodiversity, plants and sustainability with members of public, join us as a guide to raise awareness and inspire visitors to take action for the environment. 


What's involved?

  • Engage participants to share about concepts related to biodiversity, ecology and climate change, sustainable features and plants in the Gardens through curated guided walks.
  • Take attendance, manage group and facilitate participants’ entry to conservatories where necessary.
  • Facilitate feedback gathering at the end of the session.


Guides will be required to undergo training and assessment for each of the tour route before guiding visitors. After the assessment, guides will be paid based on GB's prevailing per hour rates for guides, and have to sign up to guide for at least one 1 date per quarter in the rest of 2023. 


What's required?

  • Prior experience in conducting public tours on the topics of biodiversity, plants, sustainability and climate change.
  • Ability to identify common plants and biodiversity is an advantage.
  • Interest for natural environment.

Key dates to note:

The key dates for training and assessment are indicated as below. Training and assessment will be conducted over 2 rounds, each time covering a set of 2 routes. Pls note that all guides must be able to attend the (i) combined training on 6 Jan as well as the (ii) training for either set of 2 routes, comprising (a) online training, (b) on- site training, (c) mock-up run by guides and (d) assessment of guiding full route to public.

Date and time



6 Jan 2023,

Combined online training briefing, including key content for routes 1 and 2

(i)      Urban Wetlands

(ii)     Carbon and Climate  

Compulsory for all guides 

9 Jan 2023,

On-site training for routes 1 and 2  

Must be attended to guide for route 1 and 2 


16 Jan 2023,


17 Jan 2023,

Mock-up run by guides: Simulation of short segment of routes 1 and 2 (Each guide will be assigned 2 stations) 

30 Jan 2023,

Online training for routes 3 and 4:

(iii)      Seeds and Senses (Smell)

(iv)      Biodiversity and Ecosystems

Must be attended to guide for route 3 and 4

31 Jan 2023,

On-site training for routes 3 and 4

6 Feb 2023,


7 Feb 2023,

Mock-up run by guides: Simulation of short segment of routes 3 and 4 (Each guide will be assigned 2 stations)
Q1 2023 (every weekend) Guides assessment: full route to public  Compulsory for all guides (either set of 2 routes) 

Submit your details via the link below by 2 Jan 2023 to register for this round of training. For any clarifications, please email

Register your interest and we will be in touch with you soon.

Become A Guide