Regionally our native flora is not only highly attractive and diverse. It is also adaptable and the home of our native fauna. The goal is to bring all these features together at the garden scale as well as in the landscape.
Native Plants Sunshine Coast Meetings, Excursions and Local Events
Annual General Meeting held on 14th February. Presentation on the history of the Bimblebox Nature Refuge given by Eric Anderson.
Sunday 14th March 2021 at 9:00am. Hinterland Business Centre, 38a Coral Street, Maleny (next to Barung Landcare office). Presentations: Mike Donovan, author and photographer, on Frogs of the S.C. region. Ian McMaster on “Invertebrates – the other 99% – local animals with interesting stories”
Enquiries:email@example.com or 5429 6845. BYO morning tea, cup, cutlery, plate. Covid regulations apply, numbers are restricted and please do not come if you are feeling unwell. RSVP required.
Sun. 11th April 2021 at 8.00am. Excursion. Heath Translocation Site (Compensatory Habitat Project). Spencer Shaw will be our guide.
BYO morning tea and seating. RSVP and inquiries on location and access firstname.lastname@example.org or 5429 6845.
Native Plants Queensland 2021 Autumn Plants Market. Saturday 24th April from 9:00am. until 3:00am. Samford Showgrounds. 38 Showgrounds Drive, Highvale, Samford Valley.Details:
Notable events we participated in or presented in recent years:
World Environment Day.
The Living Backyard area at the Queensland Garden Expo.
Spring Flower Show and Plant Market, Mt.Coot-tha.
ANPSA Conference, Albany WA.
Guided walk through Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens, Tanawha with Friends of the Garden.
Guided walk through private Land for Wildlife property, Maleny.
Guided walk in the Marcus High Dunes section of Noosa National Park.