See this great new project in action at Cranbourne Gardens!
Cranbourne Gardens is a special place for people, plants and animals – including snakes.
Did you know that our ‘Royal’ prefix was bestowed by Queen Elizabeth II during her visit in 1958?
The cornerstone of Cranbourne Gardens is undergoing a refresh!
It can take ten years for this plant to flower!
Once declared extinct in Victoria, the Nursery team have reintroduced this pea into the wild.
The National Herbarium of Victoria joins a shortlist of herbaria that hold collections made by Darwin.
After thorough inspection, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria’s team of expert aborists have ascertained that unfortunately it will not be...
The secret to conserving the endangered Metallic Sun Orchid isn't in the plants you can see, but the fungi you can't.
New funding will allow us to reopen the roof of the Great Melbourne Telescope.