News & Advocacy

AGHS is looking for a new NEO!

The AGHS seeks a National Executive Officer to assist the National Management Committee, Branches and members in fulfilling the Society’s Mission to promote awareness and…

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ACT Branch: Planting Memories for the Centenary of ANZAC

The ACT Riverina Monaro Branch received an ANZAC Centenary Local Grant to honour all the men from the Canberra region who served in World War 1. On…

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Albany Garden Restoration Project

Queen’s Gardens, Albany will be familiar to those of you in Western Australia as well as the AGHS members who attended the National Conference in…

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Garden Restoration Project in the News

Montague Island Kitchen Garden Restoration was a recipient of the Society’s Garden Restoration Fund between the ACT Monaro Riverina Branch and the National body. Working…

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UPDATED: Avenues of Honour and other significant plantings – Australia-wide list

Honour & Memorial Avenues / Roadside Plantings; Lone Pines / Arbor Day Plantings – Australia Explore this recently updated list (June 2016) by Sydney member Stuart Read,…

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UPDATED! Call for proposals: National ‘Landscapes At Risk: Watch & Action’ List

  ‘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’,…

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CAL Payments

Many AGHS members have written articles for the Society’s Journal and other publications over past years. Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) monitors (photo-) copying of material…

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Kindred Spirits Fund

On her death Lady Law-Smith bequeathed to the Australian Garden History Society the publication rights to the book, ‘Kindred Spirits: A Botanical Correspondence¹. This tells…

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Heritage Gardens Queensland Survey

In Queensland an opportunity arose to carry out a state wide survey of historic gardens and assess their heritage significance, due to the generosity of…

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ACT Branch:  The ‘English Garden’ and Yarralumla Nursery

The ‘English Garden’ and Yarralumla Nursery The English Garden and Yarralumla Nursery are two of Canberra’s heritage treasures. Preserving this heritage is an ongoing task…

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