BGANZ Botanic Gardens Day at Maranoa Gardens

Sun 27 May 2018
10:00am - 2:00pm
Maranoa Gardens

40 Yarrbat Avenue
Balwyn VIC 3103
Australia

Free
05/27/2018 10:00am 05/27/2018 2:00pm BGANZ Botanic Gardens Day at Maranoa Gardens Sunday 27 May is Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand (BGANZ) Botanic Gardens Day. Over 75 gardens and arboreta are expected to take part in this celebration of plant conservation. Come and explore the beautiful Maranoa Gardens - there will be plant and book sales, a mobile library and a free lunch. Tram conductor entertainment group The Connies will be spinning yarns and handing out collectable swap cards.  Maranoa Gardens, one of Australia’s oldest native gardens, first opened to the public in 1926. Designed around a circuit path, visitors can walk through a storybook of plants with each collection covering a chapter of a particular geology, land form, type of soil and climate – from rainforest, temperate woodland, dry sclerophyll forest, heathland and beyond. Register now This is a free event but registrations are required for catering purposes.   , City of Boroondara [email protected] Australia/Melbourne public
Event details

Sunday 27 May is Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand (BGANZ) Botanic Gardens Day. Over 75 gardens and arboreta are expected to take part in this celebration of plant conservation.

Come and explore the beautiful Maranoa Gardens - there will be plant and book sales, a mobile library and a free lunch. Tram conductor entertainment group The Connies will be spinning yarns and handing out collectable swap cards. 

Maranoa Gardens, one of Australia’s oldest native gardens, first opened to the public in 1926. Designed around a circuit path, visitors can walk through a storybook of plants with each collection covering a chapter of a particular geology, land form, type of soil and climate – from rainforest, temperate woodland, dry sclerophyll forest, heathland and beyond.

Register now

This is a free event but registrations are required for catering purposes.
 

Contact
Paul Birch
9830 1859
Category
Reading, writing and books
Sports and outdoor