Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools

Sections

Victoria 2022

 Victoria

Melbourne - Donvale Sat. 3 - Sun. 4 September

In Melbourne (Donvale) more than 70 species of acacias (many in bloom) and a bush billabong will welcome you on 3-4 September

Owners Sue Guymer and Bill Aitchinson (Bill is the convenor of the Acacia Study Group (ANPS)) have created a beautiful garden that will be opened for the first time by Open Gardens Victoria. It is a superb native habitat garden adjoining Mullum Mullum Creek.

ADDRESS: Mullum Waters
13 Conos Court
Donvale VIC 3111

OPEN: Saturday 3 September and Sunday 4 September
10am - 4.30pm

TICKETS: Adults $10, Students $6, under 18 free
Tickets at the gate or
EXTRAS: Indigenous plant sales both days
Australian plant book sales both days (selling on behalf of ANPSA)
AB Bishop, author of Habitat and Gardening Australia magazine’s horticulture editor, attending on Saturday morning and
Marilyn Bull, author of Flora of Melbourne attending on Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon to chat and sign their books

Mullum Melbourne

Further information here


VFMC Wattle Day 2022 Event Banner
Victorian Folk Music Club Inc.

VFMC Wattle Day 2022

Date and time

Sat 3rd Sep 2022, 10:15 am - 10:30 pm AEST

Location

Senior Citizens Hall
2-8 Laurence Grove, Ringwood East VIC 3135, Australia

Event description

Wattle Day is a day to celebrate all things Australian. And to celebrate Wattle Day the Victorian Folk Music Club inc is planning* a day of sessions and workshops to stimulate interest in music on Saturday 3rd September.

Each session or workshop lasts an hour. Attend as many as you like. A small charge of $10 for the whole day will help us cover expenses.  Separate (additional) admission charges apply to the evening Family Bush Dance with Blackberry Jam.

The two daytime ’streams’ will run simultaneously.  You can swap between streams whenever you like.


Mt Macedon


Next date: Saturday, 10 September 2022 | 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

To celebrate National Wattle Day and Biodiversity Month, Council is hosting a wattle identification workshop and walk and talk in partnership with the Friends of Gisborne Botanic Gardens and the Friends of Daly Reserve.

Enjoy some tastings of wattle recipes provided by the Murnong Mammas, who use local and native ingredients.

 

Location

Gisborne Botanic Gardens

6 Aitken St

Gisborne, VIC 3437

View map

Come along and celebrate the beautiful Acacias of the region on National Wattle Day

About this event

To celebrate National Wattle Day and the start of Biodiversity Month, Council are hosting a wattle identification workshop, walk and talk. We will also have some tastings of wattle recipes provided by the Murnong Mammas, who use local and native ingredients.