This event is now fully booked, but leave your details on our waiting list (see Humanitix link below) and we’ll get in touch if a ticket becomes available.
Sip, stroll and socialise in a charming habitat garden in Thurgoona. The well established, half acre cottage-style garden features primarily native plants, including unusual specimens, as well as a small pond, large bee inn and a gabion for reptiles. The owner is a member of the Australian Plant Society Albury-Wodonga with a wealth of knowledge of native plants.
Choose between three start times but feel free to stay as long as you wish.
Tickets $10 – price includes tea, coffee, cakes, scones, slices, quiche and fresh fruit. RSVP by Wednesday 1st November.
Sorry, no children.
Ticket-holders to be emailed address on Thursday 2 November.
Enquiries to Lizette Salmon – firstname.lastname@example.org, 0468 320 647.
This event is hosted by Gardens 4 Wildlife Albury-Wodonga, a Wodonga Urban Landcare Network program, and generously supported by AlburyCity.