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Event space for hire

The new enclosed Gathering Lawn area has shady trees, a water feature and plenty of green space to run, jump and play. This unique garden...

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Children’s parties

Choose from one of the following themes: Teddy Bears Picnic Garden Fairy Party Dinosaur Stomp Party Available Saturday and Sundays: 10.30am...

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Ten years of Muelleria

Volumes 20 – 33 of Muelleria , a scientific research journal published by the Gardens, are now available to browse online.

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Family Fun Day

Catch a free shuttle bus to this year’s Family Fun Day at Cranbourne Gardens on Wednesday 21 January!

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Nick’s Lime Tree

The Royal Botanic Gardens want to honour some of Melbourne’s favourite sons and daughters, and Nick Cave is the perfect place to...

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FunKey launches!

FunKey: Key to Agarics has launched! It is the first comprehensive, interactive key to the genera of agarics known from Australia.

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Muelleria – Vol. 20 (2004)

Contributed papers A new species of Melaleuca (Myrtaceae) from northern Queensland, Australia (PDF – 206 kB) L.A. Craven and A.J. Ford pp....

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Muelleria – Vol. 22 (2005)

Cover and front matter (PDF – 78 kB) Contributed papers The lichen genus Nephroma in Australia (PDF – 225 kB) S.H.J.J. Louwhoff pp. 3–10...

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Muelleria – Vol. 23 (2006)

Cover and front matter (PDF – 693 kB) Contributed papers A new species of Lepraria (lichenized Ascomycetes) from Tasmania’s wet forests...

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Vacation care programs

Discover the Children’s Garden Children participate in hands-on activities in the Children’s Garden, where they will discover the wonderful...

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Muelleria – Vol. 33

Contributed papers Taxonomic reassessment of Kelleria (Thymelaeaceae) in Australia and recognition of a new endemic Victorian species (PDF...

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Congratulations Tom!

Gardens’ Senior Mycologist, Dr Tom May has been awarded the prestigious 2014 Australian Natural History Medallion.

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Disney Fairies Trail

During summer you can experience the Gardens like never before, find Disney Fairies hidden in the Gardens. Collect them all!

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Gardening in a dry climate

Dry climate gardening can be more adventurous than a cacti garden. Learn from John Arnott about the best dry climate plants for you.

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Summer succulents

Learn how succulents survive the summer heat. Pot up a summer succulent to take home with you. This activity takes 15 minutes.

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Muelleria – Vol. 24 (2006)

Cover and front matter (PDF – 569 kB) Contributed papers Resolution of the Thelymitra fuscolutea R. Br. (Orchidaceae) complex of southern...

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Muelleria – Vol. 25 (2007)

Cover and front matter (PDF – 198 kB) Contributed papers The lichen genus Umbilicaria Hoffm. in Tasmania (PDF – 676 kB) G. Kantvilas and S....

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Botanical Art Classes

The Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne present Botanical Art classes to fine-tune your artistic skills!

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Angharad Johnson

Angharad works on the Global Plants Initiative, a collaborative international project aiming to digitise type specimens and other botanical...

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