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Indigenous celebration

Community organisation Life Without Barriers held a special smoking ceremony at Cranbourne Gardens in honour of their staff and volunteers.

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Friend’s in Focus

The Friend’s in Focus group intend to share skills and experiences, and to have lots of fun! Whether you are a ‘snapper’ or a ‘serious...

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Gardens in Italy and Japan

Gardens in Italy and Japan: two illustrated talks by Cathy Trinca and Catherine Drew ‒ presented by Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens...

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Cards for kids

Cards for kids – Plant Craft Cottage Group School Holiday Workshop ‒ presented by Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne at...

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Essence of Australia

Essence of Australia at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2014 The Gardens has teamed up with Tourism Victoria, Tourism Northern...

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Muelleria online

Muelleria Vol. 32 (2014) Muelleria Vol. 31 (2013) Muelleria Vol. 30(2): 81–188 (2012) Muelleria Vol. 30(1): 1–80 (2012) Muelleria Vol....

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Starting with succulents

Explore the striking cacti and succulents of Guilfoyle’s Volcano. Learn how to propagate and use succulents and take home a succulent for...

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Tea and camellias

Take a tour of the Royal Botanic Garden’s world class camellia collection. Includes a relaxed Devonshire tea at The Terrace.

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Dinosaur gardens

SOLD OUT! Hear about dinosaurs huge and amazing. Dance the dino dance, discover the plants that dinosaurs ate and then make your own...

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Lunar Tours

View the Moon through an historic telescope and discover more about Earth’s only natural satellite with our expert guides at the...

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Winter Night Sky Delights

View the amazing Australian night sky using our powerful heritage telescopes. Have the chance to see the highlights of winter – Mars and...

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Visit the Right Water House

The Right Water House, a hands on, interactive pop-up demonstration model that shows visitors how they can make better use of roof water...

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Monterey Pine removed

After five hours of brilliant team work by our expert Arborists, the weakened and dangerous Pinus radiata (Monterey Pine) has been...

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Professional Development

Presentation by Prof. Peter Singer Join Australian philosopher and acclaimed author Professor Peter Singer for a special presentation at...

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A Quirky Harvest

Quirky bush foods display at the Garden Shed with plenty of tips about growing bush foods at home.

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Science publications 2014

Refereed journal articles Berch, S. and Bonito, G. (2014). Cultivation of Tuber melanosporum and T. aestivum (Tuberaceae) in British...

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