Discover the captivating natural phenomenon of biofluorescence on a guided walk around Dunollie Wood with David from Reveal Nature.

Biofluorescence is a unique phenomenon where certain organisms emit light in different colours to those they absorb. Using UV torches, we'll venture into the darkness to witness a stunning and diverse display of biofluorescent organisms - from fungi to insects to plants - in their natural habitat, and observe nature's secret spectacles.

Don't miss your chance to delve into this enchanting world and uncover the wonders that await in the darkness! 

UV torches provided.

Maximum distance: two miles

The event is £15 per person and booking is essential.

There are two times for this event: 7.15-8.45pm and 9.15-10.45pm 

Book onto the walk beginning at 7.15pm

Book onto the walk beginning at 9.15pm


Don't forget

Please dress appropriately for the weather and wrap up warm as the walk will go at a slow pace.

Wear trousers to avoid stinging nettles.

Sturdy shoes are required as the terrain is uneven.

This event is suitable for children aged 8+.

Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian.

Safety glasses will be provided and must be worn throughout the walk.

When and where

  • Date: Thursday 21 March, 7.15-8.45pm and 9.15-10.45pm.
  • Price: £15 per person. Donations to support the management of our woodlands are also welcome. 
  • Location: Dunollie Wood, Oban, PA34 5TU.
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    Grid reference: NM 85761 30631.
  • Access: Dunollie Wood has a well-maintained path network with multiple narrow sections and short, moderately steep slopes. There are also some wide, tarred sections of path, two kissing gates and two sections of steps near the car park.

    Several of the steeper routes around the wood can be slippery, especially when wet. Other than the waymarked trails, the trail entrances and paths are generally narrow. There is one additional gate if following the edge of the wood from Dunollie Castle through the field.

    If you have any questions, access requirements, or would like to join us for the walk but have any hesitations that we may be able to support you with, please get in touch at or
  • Parking: pay and display parking is available at Corran Halls car park, Corran Esplanade, Oban, PA34 5TU. This car park is owned by Argyll and Bute Council. 
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    Grid reference: NM 85782 30582
  • Dogs: we ask that people do not bring dogs, except assistance dogs.

How to book

Booking is essential as places are limited. Please book your space by choosing the time you'd like to attend.

Book onto the walk beginning at 7.15pm

Book onto the walk beginning at 9.15pm

How to get there

By car: on entering Oban from the north on the A85, continue over the first roundabout. At the second roundabout, take the third exit to double back. The Corran Halls car park is on your left hand side.

When entering Oban from the south on the A816, at Argyll Square take the third exit onto Aird's Place (A85). Continue on the A85 and at the roundabout take the second exit. The Corran Halls car park is on your left.

By train or bus: the nearest train station is half a mile away in Oban. Regular bus services stop at Corran Halls.