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Gin pop-up bar

Kick off your weekend at the first-ever pop-up bar in the Melbourne Gardens!

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Mr Curly plants a tree

A gathering today celebrated the joy of trees and tree planting with much-loved Melbourne artist and poet Michael Leunig.

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Honouring our supporters

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria is fortunate to have supporters who have decided to make a difference by leaving a bequest in their will.

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Group Activities

MELBOURNE GARDENS Summer Discovery Tour Garden Highlights - group tour Garden Explorer - group experience Aboriginal Heritage Walk...

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Wetlands workshop

A chance to learn about the history, ecology and management of the Edithvale-Seaford Wetlands Discovery Centre.

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Spring play out

Play, explore, create and plant on this fun morning in The Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Garden

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Internship Programs

Horticultural Internship Program Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria now offers a Horticultural Internship Program at Melbourne Gardens. The...

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Basketmakers

We use native plants to create items ranging from the useful to the sculptural. Would you like to join us and/or do you have good...

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Science publications 2015

Refereed journal articles Birch, J.L., Berwick, F., Walsh, N.G., Cantrill, D.J. and Murphy, D.J. (accepted 2015). Distribution of...

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Noushka Reiter

Noushka Reiter manages our newly established Orchid Conservation Program, which has an exciting capacity for large-scale conservation...

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Foreign collection project

Project summary The aim of the Foreign Collection Project is to database specimens collected outside of Australia and held at the National...

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Bryophyte collections

The extensive holdings of Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (MEL) held at the National Herbarium of Victoria include a collection of...

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Fern Gully reopens!

Fern Gully has been reopened today by the Gardens’ Director and Chief Executive, Professor Tim Entwisle after a five-month upgrade.

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Titan Arum update

At 2.58m, the Titan Arum in the Tropical Glasshouse is the tallest ever recorded in Australia!

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Easter hunt

Join the Easter Hunt in the Children’s Garden! Receive chocolate eggs and some special Easter prizes!

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Group Activities

CRANBOURNE GARDENS Flora Australis Plants for your place Snapshots of Australia Garden Explorer Group Tour Double pass: Plants for your...

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Governor opens new facility

His Excellency the Honourable Alex Chernov AC QC, Governor of Victoria, officially opened the Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens...

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Ten years of Muelleria

Volumes 20 – 33 of Muelleria , a scientific research journal published by the Gardens, are now available to browse online.

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Titan Arum reveals a shoot

A shoot on one of the Gardens’ Amorphophallus titanum (Titan Arum) plants has staff wondering if a flower is on its way!

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Nick’s Lime Tree

The Royal Botanic Gardens want to honour some of Melbourne’s favourite sons and daughters, and Nick Cave is the perfect place to start.

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FunKey launches!

FunKey: Key to Agarics has launched! It is the first comprehensive, interactive key to the genera of agarics known from Australia.

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Muelleria – Vol. 20 (2004)

Contributed papers A new species of Melaleuca (Myrtaceae) from northern Queensland, Australia (PDF – 206 kB) L.A. Craven and A.J. Ford...

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Muelleria – Vol. 21 (2005)

Cover and front matter (PDF – 181 kB) Contributed papers Taxonomic studies of Australian Senecio (Asteraceae) 4. A revision of Senecio...

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Muelleria – Vol. 22 (2005)

Cover and front matter (PDF – 78 kB) Contributed papers The lichen genus Nephroma in Australia (PDF – 225 kB) S.H.J.J. Louwhoff pp....

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Muelleria – Vol. 23 (2006)

Cover and front matter (PDF – 693 kB) Contributed papers A new species of Lepraria (lichenized Ascomycetes) from Tasmania’s wet forests...

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Vacation care programs

Discover the Children’s Garden Specifically-designed programs at The Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Garden at Melbourne Gardens will...

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Congratulations Tom!

Gardens’ Senior Mycologist, Dr Tom May has been awarded the prestigious 2014 Australian Natural History Medallion.

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Horticulturist of the Year

Professor Tim Entwisle has been named ‘Horticulturist of the Year 2014’ at the Australian Institute of Horticulture (AIH) awards.

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