Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Cranbourne Gardens offers visitors the chance to explore heathlands, wetlands and woodlands and is home to a large array of native flora and fauna. Recognised as an important site of conservation, it contains over 25 species listed as endangered, threatened or at risk of extinction.
Open Gardens Victoria will be holding a special event on Sunday 27 October 2019 at the Cranbourne Gardens. The Urban Habitat Gardens Talk provides you with the opportunity to learn how to create your very own space as a refuge for our precious wildlife.
Charlotte Fletcher is the Southern Brown Bandicoot Outreach Officer at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria and will be hosting the talk. Charlotte will share her experience and knowledge on how to attract birds, butterflies, lizards and other furry mammals to urban habitats and the important role you can play in conservation.
The stunning Red Sand Garden is a key feature of the Australian Garden
Also included in the ticket price, is morning tea and a guided tour of the award-winning Australian Garden on the Explorer bus. Keep your eyes open to see if you can spot just some of the birds often spotted in the garden. Pick up a few new plants to get your own urban habitat going with The Friends of Cranbourne Botanic Gardens being on site and hosting a plant sale.