Helping the Gardens Grow

These 4 paintings will all be for sale
These 4 paintings will all be for sale

The 8th Botanic Art Group Exhibition, which ended on Sunday 19th April, was very successful. The next Friends exhibition will be the Photographic Group's exhibition which will be in the Visitor Centre from 27th May until the 28th June.

 

We are a diverse group of people who love and support our beautiful Gardens – the world’s largest collection of Australian native plants. We have an extensive program of talks, visits and social events. There are many opportunities for members and visitors to meet, learn, grow and enjoy the riches of this very special place. This website will help you find events that most interest you.

We were formed in 1990 as a community support group for the Gardens. Since then we have raised and spent around $3/4 million on projects in the Gardens and now have 1700 members. And we support the Gardens in many other ways, such as leading guided walks to show visitors the wonders of the Gardens, and hands on support of research programs.

 

 

LATEST NEWS

Members walk with the Birds
Sunday, 19 April 2015
The Friends of the ANBG were closely involved in preparing and presenting Luminous Botanicus, the Gardens' contribution to the Enlighten festival in February.
Wednesday, 18 March 2015
A key aspect of Friends’ involvement with the Gardens has been in the area of research into native flora. A recent example was the Friends’ support for the internship program run by the Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research for a group of students from Australia and overseas.
Saturday, 28 February 2015
This year we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Friends of the Australian National Botanic Gardens. Our anniversary dinner on 19 February was sold out weeks ahead. Ninety members gathered at Café Floresco in the Gardens. We were especially delighted to be joined by two key people from our early days, Anne Joyce and David Young.
Saturday, 21 February 2015
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