Below are a series of links to other websites of interest.
The Association encourages and supports the growth of societies or associations interested in the conservation, development, well being and public appreciation of Botanic Gardens and represents the interests of Friends of Botanic Gardens throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Members range from small Community Gardens in Country Towns to the larger Metropolitan Botanic Gardens.
The Garden Clubs of Australia is an umbrella organisation for affiliated garden clubs and other kindred and like minded societies, associations and groups throughout Australia.
Invasive weeds are among the most serious threats to Australia's natural environment and primary production industries. Weeds have major economic, environmental and social impacts in Australia, causing damage to natural landscapes, agricultural lands, waterways and coastal areas.
The Sub Tropics is home to many significant national parks and state forest areas. It is of paramount importance that sound plant advice is sought before planting adjacent to these sensitive areas. Consideration must be given to appropriate plant choice as birds and other animals can distribute seeds into nearby bushland and rainforest fringes causing destruction of natural habitat
A water-efficient garden is designed to meet your lifestyle needs without wasting water, regardless of your local climate. Benefits of a water-efficient garden often include reduced water bills and garden running costs, and less maintenance. The Waterwise Plant Selector (plant selector) can help you find waterwise plants for your garden.
Waterwise Plant Selector
Weed and pest animal management including information on pest mapping, management research, legislation, policies...
Dept. of agriculture,
Fisheries & Forestry
subTropical Gardening is Australia’s leading publication dedicated to gardeners and landscapers who live in warm climates encompassing the tropics, subtropics and warm temperate climate zones. Australia's award winning gardening publication brings the best of gardening and landscaping to the public in a refreshing magazine that appeals to the current and future generations of gardeners.
Noosa and Dicstrict Landcare is a dynamic, proactive organisation committed to achieve long term environmental outcomes.
A natural resource management organisation that work with the community to protect the natural environment to achieve a sustainable future for everyone.
BGANZ represents the interests of botanic gardens in Australia and New Zealand; promotes the interests and activities of Australian and New Zealand botanic gardens and botanic gardens generally, and enhances the state of botanic gardens for the benefit of the community
Kev & Ken
The flower pot man - Eumundi
Kev & Ken Eumundi
QLD Garden EXPO
See plants, plants and more plants with over 55 nurseries represented and over 360 exhibitors. There is a full program of free lectures and demonstrations on eight "live" stages every day covering a vast array of gardening topics
Murphy and Nowland
Orchids by John & Kaye Green
John & Kaye Green Orchids (click)
The Friends of the Maroochy regional Bushland Botanic Gardens are a group of volunteers who provide a labour of love in maintaining and improving the gardens to be enjoyed by all.
The Maleny Botanic Gardens currently cover eight acres and are always expanding. Situated on one hundred and ten acres, they are surrounded by magnificent rainforest with spectacular views of the Glass House Mountains.
Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha are recognised as Queensland's premier subtropical botanic gardens.
The Botanic Gardens are situated on a 26-hectare property which was established to display plants of the Wide Bay and Sandy Straits regions. Natural bushes, formal gardens and wetlands merge together to provide an environmental delight. Areas of interest include the Japanese Bridge, Bush Tucker Garden, Aboriginal Bush Tucker Garden and the Woodland/Wetlands area.
A great way to spend a day in the Bundaberg Region is in the sub-tropical surrounds of the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens.
The 150 year old Sale Botanic Gardens sits next to the Lake Guthridge precinct and contains beautiful gardens, grassed areas, paved walking areas, a playground (including flying fox), undercover picnic areas, sculptures, a fauna enclosure, sensory garden, elm forest and the Lakeside Entertainment and Arts Facility
It is home to a vast range of tropical flora from Mackay and the Whitsundays as well as other Australian native and exotic plants which feature in five ‘culturally-themed’ gardens.
Extensive plant varieties, orchids and water plants, stylish modern pots, organic fertilizers, mulches & potting soils and friendly advice'
Doonan Valley Garden Centre is located within the Yard Complex between Noosa and Eumundi. Our Nursery is situated in a rainforest setting, our plants are sun hardened and our shade loving plants are kept next to the rainforest walk.
791 Eumundi-Noosa Rd Doonan
Ph 07 5471 1590
Doonan Sand & Gravel
Located on Eumundi Noosa Road, Doonan Sand and Gravel offers a delivery service for Noosa and surrounding areas.
Ph: 5471 0030
Queensland Council of Garden Clubs
The Queensland Council of Garden Clubs Inc. was established in April 1967 as an organisation of garden clubs to encourage friendship and co-operation between them. There are now 126 member garden clubs, plant societies and other special interest groups - from Cairns to Tweed Heads.
Gardens to visit in New Zealand
A collection of New Zealand garden designs. This site lists formal gardens, tropical gardens, vegetable gardens, and 'many other garden designs and venues for Weddings, Accommodation, Plant sales, Other (gifts, garden art) sales, Cafe/Restaurant and Functions
My Open Garden
My Open Garden is the place to discover Australia's most inspiring private gardens and gardening events to visit. Or open your own garden gates to the public for charity or for fun. Find and list open gardens, garden events and suppliers, and become part of a thriving gardening community.
Family owned & operated since 1975, Fairhill has grown to be Australia’s premier Native Plant Nursery specialising in plants suitable for subtropical gardens. Fairhill is staffed by dedicated knowledgeable plants people. They know their plants, know gardening in the subtropics and they are here to help you put together the garden of your dreams