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Cranbourne Botanical Gardens Group Walk
Where: Cranbourne Botanical Gardens - about 45 km south-east of the Melbourne city centre.
When: Wednesday 28th April.
Travelling and directions: Transport to the gardens is available from Kooyong station at 9:30am if required at a cost of $10, otherwise we will meet at 10:30am at the gardens. Please advise us about your travel requirements.
Sighted volunteer guides are available to assist on the day or you are welcome to bring your own support person.
We will enjoy an audio tour by bus and stroll through the gardens.
BYO lunch or cafe lunch in the gardens cafe.
Join us and join in.
For more information or to register contact Rachel DeSumma by email email@example.com or call 0493 105 800
Places are limited.
About the Cranbourne Botanic Gardens:
Cranbourne Gardens specialises in Australian native plants. The total area of this division of the botanic gardens is 363 hectares, including heathlands, wetlands and woodlands. The gardens also providehabitat for native birds, mammals and reptiles, including some rare and endangered species.
A recent feature of the Cranbourne, is the specially constructed Australian Garden, opened to the public on 28 May 2006. The Australian Garden features a number of exhibition gardens, sculptures and displays aimed to bring the beauty and diversity of the Australian landscape and plants to the public.
Beyond the Australian Garden, the bushland section of the garden contains 10 km of walking tracks, and includes the Trig Point Lookout tower, secluded picnic sites and free barbecues.