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Nerang, Queensland

Plant Market
Sunday 18; 9.00 to 3.00pm

Venue: Nerang Country Parklands, 231 Beaudesert Nerang Road, Nerang.

Bulli, New South Wales

Open Days, Illawarra Grevillea Park
Saturday 1 and Sunday 2; 10am to 4pm

The enclosed section of the Park is only open on six weekends per year. It is a showplace for many plants; there are hundreds of grevilleas and a wide range of other native species in a landscaped setting.

The Park is located at the rear of Bulli Showground – turn off the Pacific Highway at the Woonona-Bulli Sports Club, just south of Slacky Creek). It is just a short walk from the Bulli railway station. Admission to the enclosed area is $7 (accompanied children free).

A wide range of quality native plants will be available for sale (plant lists will be posted on the Park’s website in the week prior to opening). Barbecue and picnic facilities available. Bring your lunch and make it a family day! Drinks on sale at the old Sherbrooke chapel (which also has a displays and an abundance of literature on native plants).

Special openings for tours from groups (such as bus tours by Garden Clubs) can be arranged.

Apart from the Open Days, there are two unenclosed sections which are accessible 365 days a year.

Rear Rainforest Section: This is a popular area for walkers and access is either from Seymour St (off Cope Place), Bulli or walking around the northern boundary fence. This area is for walkers only and other forms of activity are forbidden.

Front Section: This area is RMA land which is maintained by The Grevillea Park. It provides open land as well as many plantings.

See the Park’s web site for further details.



Bulli, New South Wales

Open Days, Illawarra Grevillea Park
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9; 10am to 4pm

See details above.

Mullewa, Western Australia

Outback Bloom Wildflower Festival
Thursday 24 to Sunday 27

Featuring a display of hundreds of identified and labelled species, the Wildflower Show celebrates the unique biodiversity of the Mullewa area. Morning, afternoon tea & light lunches available to purchase. The Wildflower Show at the Mullewa Town Hall is open daily during Outback Bloom from 9:00am – 4:00pm, closing early on Sunday at 2:00pm. $5 admission, children under 12 FREE!

Further details from the Festival’s website.

Belmont, Queensland

Spring Plant Market
Saturday 2; 9.00am to 3.00pm

Venue: Belmont Shooting Complex, 1485 Old Cleveland Road, Belmont.



Bulli, New South Wales

Open Days, Illawarra Grevillea Park
Saturday 2 and Sunday 3; 10am to 4pm

The enclosed section of the Park is only open on six weekends per year. It is a showplace for many plants; there are hundreds of grevilleas and a wide range of other native species in a landscaped setting.

The Park is located at the rear of Bulli Showground – turn off the Pacific Highway at the Woonona-Bulli Sports Club, just south of Slacky Creek). It is just a short walk from the Bulli railway station. Admission to the enclosed area is $7 (accompanied children free).

A wide range of quality native plants will be available for sale (plant lists will be posted on the Park’s website in the week prior to opening). Barbecue and picnic facilities available. Bring your lunch and make it a family day! Drinks on sale at the old Sherbrooke chapel (which also has a displays and an abundance of literature on native plants).

Special openings for tours from groups (such as bus tours by Garden Clubs) can be arranged.

Apart from the Open Days, there are two unenclosed sections which are accessible 365 days a year.

Rear Rainforest Section: This is a popular area for walkers and access is either from Seymour St (off Cope Place), Bulli or walking around the northern boundary fence. This area is for walkers only and other forms of activity are forbidden.

Front Section: This area is RMA land which is maintained by The Grevillea Park. It provides open land as well as many plantings.

See the Park’s web site for further details.



Bulli, New South Wales

Open Days, Illawarra Grevillea Park
Saturday 9 and Sunday 10; 10am to 4pm

See details above.

Melbourne, Victoria

ANPSA BIennial Conference
30 September to 4 October

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