Melton Botanic Garden Welcome to Country and Guided Walk

Celebrate Mother’s Day at this beautiful location. The event will open with a Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony from a Wurundjeri Elder, followed by a guided walk, hosted by the Friends of Melton Botanic Garden.

The Melton Botanic Garden is a great place to visit, with plants that tolerate a dry climate and low water conditions.

An outstanding feature of the garden is the Dryland Eucalyptus Arboretum, holding a nationally registered collection of more than 100 species of Eucalypt with many understorey native plant species.

There are Indigenous plantings, including creek and lake rehabilitation, Indigenous Grassland and the Koori Student Garden.

Marvel at the magnificent old River Red Gums. Explore the Victorian Volcanic Plains Garden, Indigenous Peoples Garden, Bushfoods Garden, Sensory Garden, West Australian/South Australian Gardens, Southern African Garden, Mediterranean Garden and Californian, Central and South American bed.

There are walking tracks throughout the garden, the terrain is easy and accessible, including a 1km circuit around the lake. Dogs are welcome on a leash, please pick up after them. Off-street parking, toilet and BBQ facilities are available on site. Meet at garden end of car park.

Kindly supported by Greater Western Water.

  • Date : 14 May 2023
  • Time : 10:00 am - 12:00 pm (Australia/Melbourne)
  • Reg. Deadline : 13 May 2023
  • Venue : 40 Lakewood Blvd, Melton, 3337, VIC.

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