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Saturn Returns

Join our astronomical guides at the Melbourne Observatory to view the stars and planets of the southern sky.

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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

Nature Play Week 2014 The Gardens has joined forces with the Victorian Child and Nature Connection to present educational workshops, free...

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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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Trees – Great and Grand

Take a tour of some of the Gardens’ oldest and most significant trees with Arboriculture Curator, Will Jones. Includes trees on the...

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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.

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Science publications 2014

Refereed journal articles Rouf, R., Stephens, A., Spaan, L., Day, C., May, T.W., Tiralongo, E. and Tiralongo, J. (2014). G2/M cell cycle...

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Gregory Bonito

Gregory Bonito’s research uses molecular sequence data and morphology to investigate questions pertaining to the evolution, systematics,...

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Teaching the teachers

The Education team at Melbourne Gardens hosted more than 200 staff from Trinity Grammar School for a full-day Professional Development...

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Guilfoyle’s Volcano

Guilfoyle’s Volcano was built in 1876 and was used to store water for Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. After lying idle for 60 years, it is...

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Araucariaceae

To display a broad representation of the family Araucariaceae and to conserve rare and threatened Araucariaceae.

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Arts event on Long Island

This Sunday, Long Island will become the third venue for sound artist Geoff Robinson’s ‘Site Overlay/Acoustic Survey’ event.

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Plant Trust

Australia continues to lose many different kinds of plants from our gardens each year. Some are victims of changes in fashion while others...

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Beyond the Garden Gate

Invite an expert Voluntary Guide from the Royal Botanic Gardens to visit your venue and take you on a virtual journey down the Gardens’...

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The Royal Botanic Runway

Guilfoyle’s Volcano will be transformed into one of the most stunning runways in the world next January to showcase some of Australia’s...

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Harp in the Gardens

Join harpist Michael Johnson for an inspiring concert in William Tell Rest House on the edge of Ornamental Lake.

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Viburnum Collection

This is an ornamental collection of deciduous and evergreen shrubs from the Northern Hemisphere, grown for their spring flowers and overall...

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Accessibility

Australian Garden accessible toilet facilities are located at the Visitor Centre, Northern Kiosk and the Rockpool Pavilion a fully...

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Tertiary Cranbourne

Cranbourne programs Programs for tertiary and adult education institutions are tailored to specific curriculum needs. They are negotiated...

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Secondary Cranbourne

The following programs are designed to incorporate AusVELS. They provide an effective and integrated approach for teaching across the...

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Primary Cranbourne

Immerse your class in the magical world of a garden where experience-based learning creates connections through gardening, play, the...

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Early Childhood Cranbourne

The Early Childhood Program is an enjoyable and safe first excursion for four year olds. Each program is led by a Royal Botanic Gardens...

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All-abilities walk

Get active and meet new people on a 45-minute walk through the Australian Garden. The sessions are open to anyone wishing to participate...

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Tenders

Visual Design System Royal Botanic Gardens Board VictoriaExpressions of Interest The Royal Botanic Gardens Board Victoria is seeking...

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Haiku in the Gardens

Haiku poetry workshop with Marisa Fazio. Learn how to write haiku poetry; includes haiku reading and poetry discussion.

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Punting on Ornamental Lake

Take a traditional punt cruise on Ornamental Lake and cruise around its bays and islands. View the landscapes as never before and get up...

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Muelleria – Vol. 31, 2013

Cover and front matter (PDF - 522 kB) Contributed papers An overview of the Thelymitra nuda (Orchidaceae) complex in Australia including...

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Science publications 2008

Refereed journal articles Bayly, M.J., Udovicic, F., Gibbs, A.K., Parra-O., C. and Ladiges, P.Y. (2008). Ribosomal DNA pseudogenes are...

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Science publications 2009

Refereed journal articles Bell, K.L. and Philips, T.K. (2009). New species of the myrmecophile Polyplocotes Westwood (Coleoptera: Ptinidae)...

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Science publications 2010

Refereed journal articles Beattie, K.D., Raouf, R., Gander, L., May, T.W., Ratkowsky, D., Donner, C.D., Gill, M., Grice, I.D. and...

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