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Book your winter 2018 events now!

Events for winter include a visit to the State Library to view some of the botanical collection, a morning talk on regional botanic gardens and a Wildlife Corridor workshop to name a few! Book now: WINTER 2018 CF Events Booking…

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Richard Clarke, Immediate Past President And Chloe Foster, CF Committee Member

Committee seeking new members

Are you looking for a new and satisfying way to enrich your life? Do you want to make a difference? Would you like to join a friendly and dynamic group to actively support the Cranbourne Gardens? Your Cranbourne Friends Committee is seeking new members…

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Raffle Prizes For The 2018 Australian Textile Exhibition. Including Cushions, Quilt And Fabric Bag.

Australian Textile Exhibition Raffle Winners

Congratulations to the following raffle winners: 1st G. Austin Ticket: #0547 2nd J. Carruthers #0242 3rd M. Evans #0499 All proceeds of the raffle will be donated to Cranbourne Gardens, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria Cranbourne Friends thank you for entering…

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Habitat Gardening Workshop

We are inviting you to participate in this workshop which goes well beyond learning just about plants.  The Workshop will explore the special relationships between plants and animals of all kinds that can help to make your garden really come…

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Book your 2018 autumn events now!

Events for autumn include afternoon talks regarding Beckler's Botanical Bounty, a visit to Australian Ecosystems and nearby wetlands, a Melon Basket workshop with the Basketry group, and Habitat Gardening Workshop to name a few! Book now: AUTUMN Naturelink 2018 Booking…

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Anna Foley

Annual Lunch – Anna Foley, Trust for Nature

Bookings are now open for Cranbourne Friends Annual Lunch. Chat amongst friends before a 3 course lunch and listen to guest speaker, Anna Foley the Regional Operations Manager, Trust for Nature. Trust for Nature’s vision is that Victoria’s most threatened…

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