Saturday 18 November
Morning: East Goulburn Public School, May St, Eastgrove, Goulburn
You may attend:
1. The weekend and the Saturday night dinner - cost $93, OR
2. The weekend only - cost $35, OR
3. The dinner only - cost $58
Please make your selection on registration.
Weekend registration fee - pay online on registration $35. Includes morning tea, Saturday lunch, gifts for guest speakers and incidentals.
9.30: Registration with a light morning tea
10.00: Welcome to Country and explanation of the day’s activities
10.30-12.00: An Eremophila for every garden - talk and question time by Dr. Lyndal Thorburn, leader of the ANPSA Eremophila Study Group, .
12 noon: Explanation of activities for afternoon
Tour of the Goulburn Wetlands with John Reynolds. Pauline, the major organiser and keeper of the APS gardens, will also show guests around.
Saturday 18 November, 6.30 for 7pm, Dinner - cost $58 - pay online on registration
The Mercure, 2 Lockyer St, Goulburn
Guest speaker Dr. Brian Faulkner, Biodiversity Assessment Officer, Goulburn-Mulwaree Council - Threatened species of the Goulburn-Mulwaree district.
2- course meal. Registration and payment required by 10 November via this event listing. Max 54 guests.
Sunday 19 November, 9.30-12.00
Visit to Peter Wauchope’s extensive native garden in South Goulburn
Bush walk for active and good walkers to Alison Hone Reserve, 10kms from Goulburn on the Crookwell Road. Guided by Ashlea Mahoney, who has been active in preserving the site.
12 - 5pm: Your own lunch arrangements or travel home.
Visits to other members' gardens within 20-30 km from Goulburn are also possible.
*Below are some images of Peter Wauchope's garden (top two) & Goulburn Wetlands (bottom)