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Study groups

Explore your specific interests and contribute in a practical way to the body of knowledge on Australian flora by joining a Study Group.

Our parent organisation, the Australian Native Plants Society (Australia), hosts Study Groups for members that focus on plant families, plants for specific uses, plant habitats and garden design.  

Study Groups allow members to explore their specific interests to the fullest extent and contribute in a practical way to the body of knowledge on the Australian flora. 

Each Study Group has a leader and most produce regular newsletters to gather and share information. Some have field activities, while others function through email. The size of a group varies from just a few members to over 200.

Most Study Groups have electronic newsletters and are free to join but charge a small fee for printed newsletters. Membership of a Study Group requires membership of the Australian Plants Society NSW or another state-based Australian Plants Society.

Members of the Australian Plants Society NSW can join a Study Group by emailing the contact person for each group. 

Current study groups include:

  • Acacia
  • Australian Pea Flowers
  • Australian plants for containers
  • Banksia
  • Correa
  • Dryandra
  • Eremophila
  • Eucalyptus (including Angophora and Corymbia)
  • Ferns
  • Food Plants (Australian)
  • Garden Design
  • Goodeniaceae
  • Grevillea
  • Hakea
  • Isopogon and Petrophile
  • Wallum and Coastal Heathlands

P.O. Box 263
Cremorne  Junction NSW 2090

Contact us here:

Membership: merleaps@bigpond.

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