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Storm

Storm presents the work of three artists who have embraced the storm, allowing the wind, rain and snow to influence their actions and...

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Crawl Me Blood - Sold out

Under the southern sky on the land of the Koolin nation, we invite you to listen to a story about three generations of Caribbean women.

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The Future of Cranbourne Gardens

Join John Arnott for a walk and talk around the Australian Garden to discuss the Cranbourne Gardens Master Plan and what it means for the...

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FREEZE!

Nick Steur balances rocks; no tricks involved. Share some of his focus, experiencing being occupied with one thing only.

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Accessibility - Melbourne

All Abilities Access Key Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria now has an access key for both Cranbourne and Melbourne Gardens. This tool allows...

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The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things

Part performance, part museum, The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things invites families to slow down and spend time together exploring the Gardens...

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The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things

Part performance, part museum, The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things invites families to slow down and spend time together exploring the Gardens...

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Gardens Shop

Our products are available in store, where staff will be at hand to help you select the perfect gift. Melbourne Observatory at Melbourne...

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Children’s Garden

There’s lots of fun places to explore including the Ruin Garden, the Meeting Place (which has a water feature that sprays up out of the...

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Muelleria - Vol. 39 (2020-2021)

Contributed papers Acacia ureniae (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae), a new, rare wattle from eastern Victoria Walsh, N. pp. 3–7 A new fern...

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Naveed Davoodian

I am interested in diversity at all scales, but I am most fascinated by the fungi, especially the ectomycorrhizal groups. My research is...

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Todd McLay

Todd McLay is a Postdoctoral Fellow (Pauline Ladiges Plant Systematics Research Fellow) with a background in genomics, phylogenomics and...

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Punting on the Lake

See the Garden’s landscapes and wildlife like never before as you glide between the bays and islands of Ornamental Lake on a guided boat...

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Free Guided Walk

Explore the heritage and plant diversity of Melbourne Gardens with an expert guide.

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ClimateWatch Walk

Uncover how climate change affects seasonal behaviour of our plants and wildlife.

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Bush Food Experience

Awaken your senses and explore the delights of bush foods on a guided walk with a passionate First Nations guide.

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Aboriginal Heritage Walk

Journey into the ancestral lands of the Eastern Kulin Nation and learn about a traditional land ceremony with an Indigenous guide.

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Botanic Gardens Day

Take a trip through Melbourne Gardens to learn about sustainable gardening and water conservation.

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Bay View Walk

Uncover the history, wildlife and rugged remnant bushland of Cranbourne Gardens on this free guided tour.

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Bushland Bike Tour

Grab your bike and weave through the beautiful bushland and grassland of Cranbourne Gardens.

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Snapshots of Australia

Venture into the Australian Garden with an expert guide and unearth the curiosities of Australian plants.

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Science publications 2020

Refereed journal articles Davoodian, N., Hosaka, K., Raspé, O., Asher, O.A., Franck, A.R., De Kesel, A., Delaney, T.P., Ammirati, J.F.,...

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Professional Development

Our curriculum-based professional learning experiences and resources support teachers in engaging student learning in, and connecting with,...

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Designed by Nature (7–10)

Students will observe the tried and tested biological strategies and patterns of nature and design their own nature-inspired STEM ideas for...

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Vacation Care Programs

Children will participate in hands-on activities in the Gardens, where they will discover the wonderful world of plants through a range of...

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Botanica 2020 Competition

Terms and Conditions The prize is one (1) family pass (group of four) to a Wind in the Willows performance valued between $90 - $100, valid...

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Give to the Gardens

If you would like to donate to support the ongoing conservation and development of our world class gardens for the enjoyment and benefit of...

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Lightscape

A new immersive experience with illuminated creations lights a journey through Melbourne Gardens this winter.

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Collaborations

Department of Education and Training (DET) DET contracts Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria to provide school education programs to students...

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Visual Stories

Botanica: A Village Among the Oak Trees visual story Visual Story Summer Nature Play visual story Coming soon

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Aboriginal Experiences

Melbourne Gardens is a significant cultural site for the local Kulin (Koolin) Nation. Journey into their ancestral lands and explore their...

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School Partnerships

Participating students and teachers are able to understand more fully the work of the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria by developing ongoing...

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Bio-Design Challenge

In 2020 RBGV will pilot the 2020 Schools Bio-Design Challenge, a program specially developed to coach students in biomimicry design...

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Water in a Dry Country (7–8)

Students will consider the extreme conditions of drought and flooding which can be experienced in Australia and, applying knowledge of how...

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Carbon Futures (9–10)

In this practical and hands-on program, students will discover the processes of ocean acidification and its impact on marine life. They...

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Bush Foods (7–10)

Students will learn Aboriginal knowledge of agricultural systems and food-related tools. They will become familiar with regional food...

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Shared Country (7–10)

Students will discover the importance of the environment to the Boonwurrung people and their connection to Country and explore how plants...

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Freshwater Ecosystems (9–10)

Students will learn how the recirculating wetland in the Australian Garden acts as a natural bio-filtration system, keeping the water cool,...

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Australian Deserts (7–8)

Students will examine the features of Australian plants and how they enable the plants to conserve water. They will learn about the amazing...

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Bush Foods (4–6)

Students will learn Aboriginal knowledge of agricultural systems and food-related tools. They will become familiar with regional food...

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Shared Country (F–6)

Students will discover the importance of the environment to the Boonwurrung people and their connection to Country and explore how plants...

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