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Aboriginal Heritage Walk

Journey into the lands of the Koolin nation with an Indigenous guide. Experience a traditional smoking ceremony and learn about uses of...

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Starry Southern Skies

View the night sky using our powerful heritage telescopes. Have the chance to view Mars or Venus.

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Garden Book Sale

Books on an extraordinary range of topics related to gardens and gardening will be at our first ever book sale.

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Vale Max Watson

Remembered fondly as a man with ‘a gorgeous smile and a generous heart’.

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Communing with Nature

How does nature speak to you? Textile artist Tina Whiteley will lead you on a discovery of art and design in the Australian Garden.

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Native Seduction Exhibition

Become a voyeur in the world of native seduction. See how plants lure and entice their pollinators in a provocative way to preserve their...

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Woodland Weaving

Weave dried woodland plants, flowers and fruits into a natural woodland woven artwork.

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Winter Wonderland

Listen to the sounds of the bush symphony and spot the signs that plants and animals are talking to each other.

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Discover Plant Names

Learn about the history and process of botanic nomenclature from Roger Spencer, resident Senior Horticultural Botanist.

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Science publications 2017

Refereed journal articles Linde, C.C., May, T.W., Phillips, R D., Ruibal, M., Smith, L.M. & Peakall, R. (2017). New species of Tulasnella...

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Sapphire McMullan-Fisher

As a mycologist, Sapphire McMullan-Fisher is currently developing a crowd sourcing system for development of interactive keys for mushroom...

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Welcome to APCC

This week hundreds of conservation scientists have met at Melbourne Gardens as part of the 11th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference.

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Muelleria – Vol. 9 (1996)

Obituary Dr James Hamlyn Willis AM – 28 January 1910–10 November 1995 (PDF – 1.66 MB) H.I. Aston pp. 1–4 Systematics A taxonomic...

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Muelleria – Vol. 10 (1997)

Vascular Plant Systematics Notes on Goodia (Fabaceae, Bossiaeeae) (PDF – 3.59 MB) J.H. Ross pp. 1–11 Eucalyptus macmahonii, a new and...

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Muelleria – Vol. 11 (1998)

Contents A result of the 1996 Mueller Commemorative Expedition to northwestern Australia: Melaleuca triumphalis sp. nov. (Myrtaceae) (PDF...

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Orchid Conservation

With over 28,000 species, orchids are one of the largest plant families in the world. Australia is home to more than 1,800 species of...

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