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Big Day Out for volunteers

Cranbourne Gardens’ volunteers enjoyed a visit to three of Melbourne’s best community gardens on their annual Big Day Out.

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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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Dish the dirt over a cuppa!

Buy a cuppa and enjoy an informal chat about all things plants with one of our Garden Ambassadors during our Horticultural Café Program.

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ClimateWatch walk

Learn how climate change is affecting our plants and wildlife. Join this guided walk in the Melbourne Gardens.

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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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Friends in Focus

In the Friends In Focus group we get together to have fun and learn about photography, take photos and enhance and practise our skills in a...

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Woodland Picnic Area re-opens

The Woodland Picnic Area has re-opened today after Gardens’ staff and the CFA safely conducted a 2.2 hectare prescribed burn on Monday.

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Muelleria – Vol. 32, 2014

Cover and front matter (PDF - 605 kB) Contributed papers A new herbaceous species of Pluchea (Asteraceae: Plucheinae) from central...

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Structures destroyed by fire

Three structures have been damaged by fire at Melbourne Gardens with extensive damage occurring to the William Tell Rest House.

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Fern Gully restoration project

Overview Reputed to be three degrees cooler on a hot summer’s day, Fern Gully has been a popular destination for visitors to Melbourne...

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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. 34 (2015–2016) Muelleria Vol. 33 (2014–2015) Muelleria Vol. 32 (2014) Muelleria Vol. 31 (2013) Muelleria Vol. 30(2):...

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Daffodils return to Oak Lawn

A special planting day for members of the Director’s Circle, bequestors, and their families saw over 1,000 daffodil bulbs planted today.

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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 2016

2016 Professional Development Offerings Basics and Beyond: 7 to 10 Geography Conference A day of practical workshops at the Melbourne...

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Science publications 2014

Refereed journal articles Bell, K.L., Rangan, H., Fowler, R., Kull, C.A., Pettigrew, J.D., Vickers, C.E. and Murphy, D.J. (2014). Genetic...

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Bid on a designer experience

The online Mossgreen Auction for the Royal Botanic Runway is now open, with four fabulous once-in-a-lifetime opportunities on offer.

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Algal bloom on Ornamental Lake

The recent warm weather has resulted in a blue-green algal bloom on Ornamental Lake. Visitors are advised to avoid contact with the lake.

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Climate research at the Gardens

New automatic weather stations at both Gardens are part of a new research study into the importance of thermal comfort in urban planning.

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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 the botanic gardens. After lying idle for 60 years, it was restored...

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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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