Apologies to those who missed out – this event is now FULLY BOOKED. We will take a waiting list in case of late vacancies. Please email us with your mobile phone number to register: email@example.com
Keen gardeners are invited to a special spring garden visit to Pam and Michael Ilott’s delightful Thurgoona garden. Australian Plant Society Albury-Wodonga members, Pam Ilot and Tom Bird, will host a tour of this medium-sized, biodiverse garden featuring a variety of native and introduced plants, many self-propagated by Pam. Established almost 40 years ago, it’s evolved over time and features a pond, dry creek bed, frog bog, DIY native bee inn and reptile gabion and countless beautiful grevilleas, eremophilas, callistemons and other native plants. It attracts many birds and insects including fantails, silvereyes and eastern spinebills. Numbers are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Where: 4 McKay Court, Thurgoona. Parking in McKay Court is limited, so please park in Morgan Cres and walk from there.
RSVP: This event is free, but bookings essential via Eventbrite: eventbrite.com.au/e/74895338975
If you need to relinquish your ticket please email us asap (G4W@wodongalandcare.org.au) so we can pass it on to someone else.
Waiting list: If the workshop books out we will take a waiting list in case of late vacancies. Please email us to register: G4W@wodongalandcare.org.au
Gardens for Wildlife is an initiative of Wodonga Urban Landcare Network and proudly sponsored by City of Wodonga and the Victorian Government.