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The Australian Botanic Garden is the largest botanic garden in Australia and includes rainforest, bushland, grasslands and stunning gardens.
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Gilberto Olimpio Oct 16
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Australian BG Oct 17
Flannel Flowers (Actinotus helianthi) love this time of year. With lovely felty foliage and stunning flower, this iconic Australian plant is a great addition to any garden. For growing tips . Or by them from our visitor centre.
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Gavin Phillips Oct 14
A sample if the of Yathong NR. There's certainly a bit blooming there right now, which was great to see - and if we can get some of these propagated for , you can see & enjoy them too!
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Australian BG Oct 14
Lot's of crazy Halloween fun for the family at this year's PlantBank Party. Join our science team on Sun 27 Oct to uncover lots of mysteries in the PlantBank. The event is free but please register the kids if they'd like to complete the trail. For info
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Gavin Phillips Oct 14
We're back in civilization after a great couple of days in remote but amazing Yathong NR west of Mount Hope. Part of the biggest tract of intact mallee in NSW, we found some awesome plants & lots more collections were made for & !
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Gavin Phillips Oct 11
Some of the out around Gundabooka NP right now. The landscapes & flora are amazing here & with so much in bloom the collections are really rolling in. There's sure to be some good stuff in beds next season!
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Australian BG Oct 13
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Gorgeous shot!
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Gilberto Olimpio Oct 12
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Australian BG Oct 13
Murder and mayhem take over the Garden for this fun forensic investigation. Test your sleuthing skills and see if you can guess the killer before anyone else! Tickets essential
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Australian BG Oct 11
There are plenty of stunning blooms at this time of year such as Boronia serrulata currently flowering in the beds next to the visitor centre. With a gorgeous perfume and stunning foliage, they make a great addition to any home garden. For more info
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Royal Botanic Garden Oct 10
Why should kids have all the fun? Join a Ghostly Garden tour after dark or solve a Murder in the Garden at ! Read more via our blog
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Gavin Phillips Oct 10
A nice form, deeper mauve form of Eremophila sturtii that's now on it's way into the living collection at . The typical plants here are much less purple than this one, which stood out on the red earths.
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Royal Botanic Garden Oct 9
We have long known that being outside and gardening can improve our wellbeing, but now we have the data. On , revisit the research conducted in partnership with on the social impact of our Community Greening program
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NSW Planning Oct 9
Did you know spending just ten minutes walking outdoors can improve our physical and mental wellbeing? Where will you take a break this ?
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Australian BG Oct 9
Our very popular Breakfast with the Birds tour is on again this Sunday 13 October. Let our guide Dennis take you on a bird-life encounter to places in the Garden that few know about. Tickets essential and includes breakfast
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Whats on Sydney Oct 8
Join experienced Early Years Nature from the Garden who will facilitate -based activities and experiences with you and your little one.
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The Food Mentalist Oct 6
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Mark Kilpatrick Oct 7
One of many in a sea of Paper Daisies, Xerochrysum bracteatum
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Royal Botanic Garden Oct 3
Oktoberfest returns to this month and you could win one of two double passes! Enter before 6pm AEDT 17 October 2019 for your chance to win
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Suz Everingham Oct 2
Abstracts are open! Submit a presentation or poster for the Australasian Seed Science Conference: Canberra, 5-9th April 2020 🌰🌱🌏🍃
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