Most coming events are listed in a number of places:

     Karana Downs Garden Club Inc monthly newsletter.

     Emails from the Club Secretary.

     Notice board at monthly meetings.
Karana Downs
Garden Club Inc

Date: APRIL 8th-12th (5 days / 4 nights)

We’ll cross the Qld/NSW border to Tenterfield to visit two gardens created by the same designer but quite different garden styles - one a large English style garden and the other a combination of natives, exotics, tree and grasses to compliment the surrounding wild and rugged landscape. On our way to Goondiwindi, we’ll visit a native nursery and olive grove. During a two day stay in Goondiwindi, we’ll learn of the local cotton industry, visit the botanic gardens and several private gardens of varying size and style. A cottage garden with nursery specialising in roses and perennials, lunch at Hampton and a mountain retreat are on the agenda for our homeward journey. Of course, there will be opportunities to purchase plants and explore shops in Tenterfield, Goondiwindi and Hampton.
Cost: $1000 twin share; $1240 single includes coach travel, accommodation, most meals, all entrance fees.

Bookings close 11 March.


September 16 - 26th 10 nights, 11 days

Stay in 4 Hotels - 2 nights Perth, 2 nights Cervantes, 2 nights Geraldton, 4 nights Busselton

Day 1 Visit Kings Park Botanic Garden
Festival presenting 'The Greatest Wildflower Show on Earth'. In its 56th year, the Festival celebrates the remarkable wildflowers, plant life and culture of Western Australia.

Day 2, 3, 4, 5 Visit mostly wildflower sites, some up to 2+ kilometre trails, in National Parks, road verges and on private properties.  Includes discovering unusual formations in a NP, historic buildings in a country town as well as savouring fresh produce from the sea in coastal towns.

Day 6, 7, 8, 9 En-route to Busselton (near Margaret River) we will explore an artist’s garden, a NP with more unusual formations, and a farmer’s market.  In the South West; home of Margaret River we will discover magnificent caves, picnic in Karri and Jarrah forests as well as discover more wildflowers near the coast.  More private gardens, small country towns, woodcraft gallery in a Karri forest and diverse farms.

Land cost: $2500 pp twin share (Single $1000 extra) includes: accommodation, coach, 5 dinners, most lunches/morning teas, NP and garden entries.  

Airfares to be booked by participant as per participant form.

$500 deposit by end of May, balance by end of August

Please contact Jan Flanigan via email <> or phone 32010439 for itinerary and participant form.

Date: 27 April & 28 April, 2019
Time: 9am - 4pm
Cost: $10 entry
Venue: 8 Belah Street, Mount Crosby Qld
Light refreshments, served by the Australian Red Cross (Ipswich Branch), will be available for purchase.
Plants, by local growers, will be for sale.
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