Promoting awareness and conservation of significant gardens and cultural

landscapes through engagement, research, advocacy and activities

Welcome to the Australian Garden History Society

Our Mission: The Australian Garden History Society promotes awareness and conservation of significant gardens and cultural landscapes through engagement, research, advocacy and activities.  Formed in 1980, the AGHS brings together people from diverse backgrounds united by an appreciation of and concern for our parks, gardens and cultural landscapes as part of Australia's heritage.&n...

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Current Issue of the
AGHS JOURNAL

Australian Garden History

Volume 27 Number 4
April / May / June 2016

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News and Events

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2016 Conference Bookings Open ...

The Australian Garden History Society’s 37th Annual Conference will be located in Canberra in October 2016. The theme: ”The Scientist in the Garden” has been chosen due to Canberra’s strong scientific approaches to all forms of gardening since its founding.   As the ce... Read the rest…

UPDATED! Call for proposals: N...

‘Landscapes At Risk: Watch & Action' List At National Management Committee meeting in June 2015 it was decided to prepare a list of ‘Landscapes at Risk’, as part of our mission to promote awareness and conservation of significant gardens and cultural landscapes t... Read the rest…

Past Events

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Sunday 22 May, 2.00pm Afternoon tea at “Woodston” Sunday 22 May, 2 pm 1885 Woodston was removed from Union Street, Clayfield nearly 40 years ago & now stands in approximately the same size 3-acre garden as when originally buil... More

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Blog

  • UPDATED! Call for proposals: National ‘Landscapes At Risk: Watch & Action' Lis (0 Comment)

    14th
    Apr, 2016

    ‘Landscapes At Risk: Watch & Action' List At National Management Committee meeting in June 2015 it was decided to prepare a list of ‘Landscapes at Risk’, as part of our mission to promote awareness and conservation of significant gardens and cultural landscapes through engagement, research, advocacy and activities should be developed. In the last six months the list has developed into a 'Watch  & ...
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  • SNNSW Branch provides support for listing (0 Comment)

    30th
    Oct, 2014

    The Sydney and Northern New South Wales Branch recently submitted this letter of support for the listing of Oran Park on the State Heritage Register. The letter is now available to download.
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