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February 2020

AGHS tours to India and Sri Lanka

8 February @ 8:00 am - 3 March @ 5:00 pm

Come and join our February 2020 tours to India and Sri Lanka led by Warwick and Sue Forge.  Warwick has paid seven visits to India and Kashmir including a study tour of Mughal gardens with Penelope Hobhouse. In 2017 he…

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Vic Branch: The Lost Sculptures of Fitzroy Gardens

20 February

The Lost Sculptures of Fitzroy Gardens a lecture by Dr Monique Webber Gardens were central to Melbourne’s identity from its colonial beginnings. While Paris and London created urban gardens as a solution to industrialisation, Melbourne laid a ‘green necklace’ around…

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Vic Branch: Walk and talk in Fitzroy Gardens

23 February @ 2:00 pm

Join Dr Monique Webber in a follow on from her lecture into the Fitzroy Gardens where she will explain the locations where once the missing statues stood.

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ACT Branch: A Late Summer Amble in STEP

28 February @ 4:00 pm

STEP or the Southern Tablelands Ecosystem Park is part of the National Arboretum Canberra (NAC). In fact it is Forest 20 of that Arboretum. In 2002 with the aim of creating a regional botanic garden the Australian Native Plants Society…

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March 2020

Vic Branch: Garden party

14 March

Garden party at Umina Toorak – Save the date! In 2020 the AGHS will be celebrating its 40th anniversary. To mark this occasion each branch will be holding a garden party in March with a tree planting to mark the…

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ACT Branch: Virtual Garden Party

22 March

The Australian Garden History Society turns 40 in 2020 and to celebrate an exciting range of events and projects are planned around the theme People, Plants and Places. An Australia-wide Virtual Garden Party on Sunday 22 March will be one…

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April 2020

ACT Branch: Telling the Time by the Sun: an enlightening afternoon

3 April

Using the apparent movement of the sun to mark the passage of time goes back to antiquity, with people from many different cultures creating devices – sundials – that use a light spot or a shadow to record time. Before clocks were…

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October 2020

2020 Annual National Conference

23 October - 25 October

Luna Park, Milsons Point, Sydney. Bookings for next year's conference will open May 1 2020. Conference brochures will be sent to you with your April 2020 AGH Journal. Optional Day on Monday 26 October will explore the rural area of Camden.…

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