Northern NSW

Welcome to the Northern New South Wales Branch. Since 2005 we have been actively organising events in the state’s north. To contact us email the Branch Chairman, Bill Oates (woates@une.edu.au) or Secretary, Helen Wilson (g.wilson42@bigpond.com).

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ACT Monaro Riverina

Welcome to the ACT Monaro Riverina Branch. Covering southern NSW and the ACT; each year we organise a number of events and garden visits and in winter we hold a series of talks on a wide range of topics.

Queensland

Welcome to the Queensland Branch. Our Branch has members in Brisbane and throughout the state.

South Australia

Welcome to the South Australian Branch page. Our membership is approximately 100 in number and we are a friendly group of garden and history enthusiasts. A variety of events are conducted throughout the year, including lectures on a wide range […]

Southern Highlands

Welcome to the Southern Highlands Branch. If you live in the Southern Highlands, Illawarra, Shoalhaven, Camden or Goulburn/Crookwell areas of New South Wales you are automatically a member of the Southern Highlands Branch when you join the AGHS. Our area […]

Sydney

Branch Events Webinar: Out of the Woods25 November @ 6:00 pm AEDT An online talk – Out of the Woods – Trees on Trial and the Evolution of Arboreta –…Sydney Branch: Christmas party/40th celebration6 DecemberCOVID distancing permitting we will hold […]

Tasmania

Welcome to the Tasmania Branch page. Our Branch has members throughout the state. We conduct numerous events throughout the year to which visitors are welcome, including garden visits and lectures.

Victoria

Welcome to the Victorian Branch. With over 500 members, the Branch is active in organising events throughout the year including lectures, informative walks and working bees in historic gardens for our members. We are vigilant in watching landscapes at risk […]

Western Australia

Stephen O’Brien, Gosnells Local History Librarian, spoke at the AGM about Oscar Lauterbach, the Carnation King. Photo: L. Tang.